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					                  BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                        CITY OF OAKLAND

                          PORT ORDINANCE NO. 113
Introduced by	                          Seconded by

                     AN ORDINANCE RELINQUISHING CONTROL
                     OF A PORTION OF THE PORT AREAALONG
                     EIGHTH STREET AND TRANSFERRING THE
                     TAMS THEREIN TO THE COUNCIL OF THE
                     CITY OF OAKLAND.



                    BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commis-
           sioners of the City of Oakland, as follows:
                     SECTION 1. The Board of Port Commissioners of
           the City of Oakland hereby relinquishes to the Council of
           said city the control and jurisdiction of that portion of
           the "p ort area" as set forth in the charter of the City
           of Oakland, particularly described as follows, to-wit:
                 Beginning at the intersection of the southern
                 line of Eighth Street with the western line of
                 Third Avenue;running thence south 23 degrees,
                 21 minutes, 05 seconds west, along said western
                 line of Third Avenue, 88.22 feet; thence north
                 6 degrees, 50 minutes, 45 Seconds east, 12.15
                 feet to a point from which the center of a
                 circle having a radius of 100 feet bears north
                 83 degrees, 09 minutes, lb seconds west, distant
                 100 feet; thence northwesterly, along the cir-
                 cumference of said circle, a distance of 123,20
                 feet to a point distant, measured at right
                 angles, 9.88 feet southerly from said southern
                 line of Eighth Street; thence north 63 degrees,
                 44 minutes, 30 seconds west, parallel with said
                 southern line of Eighth Street, '744.65 feet to
                 the western line of Parcel No. 1 as described
                 in deed from,CentraI Pacific Railway Company
                 and Southern Pacific Company to the City of
                 Oakland, dated March 18th, 1929, and recorded
                 Tune 20th, 1929 in Volume 2169 of Official Records,
                 at page 82, Alameda County Records; thence north
                 26 degrees, 15 minutes east, along said western
                 line of said Parcel No. 1, a distance of 9.88
                 feet to said southern line of Eighth Street; and
                 thence south 63 degrees, 44 minutes, 50 seconds
                 east, along said southern line of Eighth Street,
                 838.53 feet to the point of beginning.
            SECTION 2. In consideration of the proposal of the
    City Council to widen and improve Eighth Street, a public street,
    along the aforesaid described area, entirely without cost to
    the port department, the Board of Port Commissioners determines
    that the lands owned or held by the city in trust within the
    said area are unnecessary for port purposes and harbor development,
    and hereby transfers such lands to the City Council for such
    street purposes.
            SECTION 3. This ordinance shall take effect upon the
   final adoption by the Council of an ordinance approving the trans-
   fer to it of the said lands and of such jurisdiction.

                    In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland,
                    California, December 22nd, 1930.    Passed
                    to print for one day by the following Vote:
                    Ayes:   Commissioners Leet, Pardee, Pendleton,
                    Swan and President Fisher -5- Noes: None
                    Absent: None.




Adopted at a	     regular           meeting held	    December 29th, 1930.
By the following Vote:
Ayes:	          Commissioners Leet, Pardee, Pendleton, Swan and President
                                                  Fisher -5-
Noes:	          None
Absent:	        None



                                            Attest
                                                                            Secretary.
Approved as to form and legality:
	




                                                                           Affidavit of Publication
                                                                      IN THE MATTER OF                                                Affidavit of Publication   of

                   City of Oakland                                                                                                n   Ordinance      Relinquishing
                   Port of Oakland                                                                                             control of a portion of the
                                                                                                                               Port Area                  h h
                                                                                                                                                         Eighth        Street
                                                                                                                               etc
                               STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                                                                                                 s.
                          COUNTY OF ALAMEDA
         row!' 0114417NANur: p.c..           	                                                                        S           R          Irwin
        AN ,,B1- ,1 -, ',N■ F R'ELINQUIS-11-
                                                                                     of said County, being duly sworn, says:
          I:1.1_ T	     ,',H i	     Tit,■NSF14RRIN't:
    ( ,, N"II, ■11.' TB I: LI IN OF OAK-     PI'
                                                 TO TH1:	         That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
         rf,; j •-j , ,TZI,,,,..:1.-1■ •-	,y tbe Boar d	 , zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
    1,,, N ,.	
                                              of the City
          lI 1; ' ,,,, .1: ‘,1■01.V,:                        interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
                                 He Board of Port
    C ' '11 III                 ,,' the City of Oak-
    I, ,                           -squishes to the	              That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
                                , , , the controlof the clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
          J	

                                           i.           and
                                         portion
                                0 I ,orth in the char-
                                    Jaltiand, particu- and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
                                    follow., 10-wit:
                                  he it,tersectioa of.
                                     ,,; aaghth street inafter mentioned and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
    1.                                     of Third aVe-
                                           ,cconde w-est,	 is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
                                           ,onth
                                      ■ Ilne of Th/rd tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
                                       ;, ,nce north 6
                                             seconds east,
                                        ,-       which tl'i
                                                       ■om   of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
                                      h.. ‘ Ing- a radius
                                        ■-li :.t3 degrees: gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                                          _ west, distant.
                                          11 JrthWeEterly;
                                    7, 71■'    of said Cir.- scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                        ' '; 20 feet to a
                                           d at rig-ht. n- instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                              - . - rom said
                                                                          or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                                                          ..treet:
                                                                          inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                                        T .i ln ee     "S advertisements in said newspaper.
                                                  I .ailway corn-
                                                C. .'fie eornPau3."            That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                           1., ,c1, dated 7,,rfaf-,ch	
                                             ..,,, d June 2,0th,
                                               ,,- Official flee- intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                                 . -neda. County
                                                 ,,, t2S deg-rees, more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                                    ,ald western
                                                     I, a ,distance
                                                                          mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                           , Ihe , l, .,-T1 line -of
                                                          South 63
    d,	                                         36 ■ ■nds east- preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
    rilirl,	                                     ,/h.	 ,,f F+g-ht11
                                                                          scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                                                  ■it of
                                                        .'■,,, I , il tO  intended to be given.
                                                                                           That the notice An Ordinance Relinquishing control of
    ,   i.;        l	
                                                 ,fi ore-
                                                 'II	
                                              ly with-	
                                                   ■
                                                            ,11i	                                                                                a
                                           I iient, the
                                                 I' I ",
                                                     de-
    i ,1,1 I ,•	
                                 . 11,+' wned or
                                  1-,,,-,_ ‘Othin the
                                                              I
                                                                                     Portion of the Port Area along Eighth                        Street      etc
                           '''	     '■ I'     for port
                                            , torment.
                                          'I lands to	                                of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
             'Y C , ,,, ,1 ,.?	
                      t' 1 l' '	


                    -
                   c I f■ ,`: ;‘
                                          ,-,eat por.,
                                     't-, T ,           ,
                                                                           .
                                                            ,-,,..-1-. that)                              1 time
                                                                            ,aa-
                                                                                     to Wit from the 	    26th 	 day of 	                   December       A. D. 19	   30
                                                 I, ‘ ' I'll , I           22tal.
                                                                                     to and until the	    26th 	        day of	             Lec_eaber	     A. D. 19 30
                                                                    irdlten,

                                                                    '''   -No's "     both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                   IlEt;ALLIDT, ,SeCratarY
                                      Port. Cornnyissioners.
                                   -.)"- 2G-It - - — -                                lished, to-wit:    On the 26th day of             December,     1930,



                                                                                     Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                                                      26th       day offlecamberi. D. 1930-




               •                   F0M.1   ADV.-50           nn     16-29 7226
                      BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                            CITY OF OAKLAND

                                    PORT ORDINANCE NO. n2:
Introduced by	                                    Seconded by
                         AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 7.902 OF
                         PORT ORDINANCE NO. 8 and REPEALING
                         SECTION 7.903 TTIEREOF.



                    BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
            of the City of Oakland, as follows:
                    SECTION 1. Section 7.902 of Port Ordinance No. 8
            is hereby amended, to read as follows:
                          Two Operating Engineers and/or Mechanics
                          at $9.00 per day each while operating a
                          tractor or road roller, and 47.00 per day
                          each while working as a mechanic.
                     SECTION 2. Section 7.903 of said ordinance is
            hereby repealed.
                          SECTION 3. This ordinance shall take effect lime-
            diately.
                           In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland,
                           California, December 8th, 1930. Passed
                           to print for one day by the following
                           Vote: Ayes:     Commissioners Leet,
                           Pendleton, Swan and President Fisher -4-
                           Noes: None Absent: Commissioner Pardee -1-



Adopted at a regular                meeting held December 15th, 1930.
By the following Vote:
Ayes:	     Commissioners Leet, Pendleton, Swan and President Fisher —4—
Noes:	     None
Absent: Commissi oner Pardee -1-


                                         Attest
Approved as to form and legality:

                 ort Attorney
	




                                                       Affidavit of Publication
                                                   IN THE MATTER OF                                              Affidavit of Publication of

                City of Oakland                                                                            An Ordinance Amending
                Port. of Oakland                                                                            Section 7.902 of Port Ordi-

                                                                                                    )      nance No. 8 and repealing
                                                                                                           Section 7.903 thereof
                         STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                                                                           SS .
                               COUNTY OF ALAMEDA

       p OICA oltioN !I           :I.   NO. 112.
                                                                                                  SR Irwin
       Nn'-D1^.::',..'s,f	             AMENDING               of said County, being duly sworn, says:
                NIL;	               PORT ORDI-
                                       LEPE.A.LING
                                    11.1.10F_                      That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
       1:1,1 l'1' OP!:, \INED by the Board                    zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
    cf Po: t          Cf,,,,,ssioners of the City
                               follows:
                          1. Section 7.902 of Port            interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
                         No. 8 is hereby amend-
           ',	           as follows:
               •	          ,■erating          Engineers             That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
                            I,:1,71 it, at 8'9.00 per day
        ,•:,i1I	
        :o.!d	
                            ,perating, a tractor or
                                and7'..00 per day             clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
                       IrlIc working as a me-                 and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
        ,h;CJ_ION         2. Sect/on 7.903 of said
     .,rdinance is' hereb y , repealed_
        SECTION 3. This ordinance shall
                                                              inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
          re effect immediately_
                  Poard of Port Commissioners;                is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
                        California, December 8th,
                   Passed to print for one day                tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
      by	            following- vote: Ayes—Com-
                   ners Lest. Pendleton, Swan
                  i 'resident Fisher--4.. Noes—
                                                              of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
     None. Absent—CononissioPer Par-
    i dee—i.
                                                              gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                            G. B. ITEGKE.DT,           vis-   scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
      Secrqtary, Board of Port Cc, 	
          ,sioners.
                         210 7p ec, 1I-(11)                   instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                                              or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                                              inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                                              advertisements in said newspaper.
                                                                   That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                                              intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                                              more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                                              mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                                              preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                                              scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                                              intended to be given.
                                                                             An Ordinance Amending Section 7.902 of
                                                                   That the notice
                                                               Port Ordinance No. 8 and repealing Section 7.903 thereof
                                                              of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                                                      1 time
                                                              to-wit: from the	       11th	     day of 	                December          A. D. 19 30 ,
                                                              to and until the 	      11th 	 day of 	                   December'         A. D. 1930
                                                              both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                              lished, to-wit:----   On the llth day of December, 1930



                                                              Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                              11th 	 clay o'f__DP.o.e_mb_ett D. 19_2


                                                                                          Notary Public in and for the Count' of Ala da, State of California
                       2 FORM AOV.-ER 2tvl 10-29 7228
                                .   ,
                              BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                                    CITY OF OAKLAND

                                            PORT ORDINANCE NO. 111
fl Introduced by	                                        Seconded by

                                  ORDINANCE MODImYING THE PROVISIONS
                                  OF PORT ORDINANCE NO. 76.



                            BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
                   of the City of Oakland, as follows:
                            SECTION 1. It appearing that the Edward Barron
                   Estate Company, a corporation, has or claims an interest in
                   the property mentioned in Port Ordinance No. 76 as possessed
                   by Income Properties of California, Incorporated, it is
                   hereby provided that the agreement authorized in said port
  .;*              ordinance shall be executed on behalf of the City of Oakland
                   with the said Edward Barron Estate Company as the second
                   party and the said Income Properties of California, Incorpor-
                   ated, as the third party.
                             Provided, however, nothing in said ordinance or
                   agreement shall be understood to constitute any recognition
                   by the city that the said parties, or either of them, possess
                   any rights or title in the area southerly of the main line
                   tracks of the Southern Pacific Company and outside of the
                   lines of the Peralta Grant.
                            SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect
                 immediately.
                       In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, California,
                       November 24th, 1930. Passed to print for one day by
                       the following Vote: Ayes: Commissioners Pendleton,
                       Swan and President Fisher -3- Noes: None Absent:
                       Commissioners Leet and Pardee -2-
        Adopted at a	  regular meeting held December 8th, 1930
        By the following Vote:
        Ayes:	       Commissioners Leet, Pendleton, Swan and President Fisher –4-
        Noes:	  None
        Absent: Commissioner Pardee -1-



                                                Attest
        Approved as to form and legality:
	




                                                       Affidavit of Publication
                                                   IN THE MATTER OF                                             Affidavit of Publication of

                            o       Oakl and,                                                                Ordinance Modifying the
           Port of Oakland.                                                                                  Provisions of Port Ordi-

                                                                                                             nance No. 76

                          STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                                 COUNTY OF ALAMEDA
                                                                                                  S R Irwin
          Pslitrr 0-1- 1111 rtiS.:N. NO. 111o f said County, being duly sworn, says:
    01i1)1V5Nrr,	          1101iii'VEScii,	 TUT,'
        pito N. iSIONS Or 1,011.T Olt1),-.
                          ___	
         -+ .NCI; No. .7.;.                              That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
     i,
        37 :,,y,M"'.1N,,yr,q,..b70:17h. E'd"':.,'I, zen of the United States over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
                   V,',':•d‘':T: '-d rron IEstate Compathe interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
                   dd:
                                              s
                                   L' iV Zp 'earing
                                                       ny
                                   or claims an in-
                                 'NI,
                               ■cperty mentioned in '                        That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
                               Nr, 75 as possessed
              d	        Pr,d,,rties Califorrtial                       clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
    I         TI   ,tt, ;I, t   iS hereby irrOVICi,ti
            t 111,        I-.  sent authorized in
         I d pop,	            •■.knce shall be exe-                    and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
                     ■',dn,,any as thesecond party inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
                                T^	 C Or	fle P rOper tieS Of
                             17 ,, rp o rated, a3 the is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code , and as provided by said Sec-
                                                                ,
         h 7 ; 7-r' 4:1,Y Yilnwrver nothing in said tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
    n■-d t'                             -   rnent shall be
                                            ■
                                           Itut e any reeog of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
              ,,,11	      11,d      t:-        that the said
                                                                       gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                           "' 1, 117-■ '1 ' :- c i‘fiC in&ru p a n
                                                  lines of the. scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                               h           tr a c k
                                 ■■i:                Y	
                                              ordinance shall instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                             i d■I 2 't '
                                           A el &mnatssIon- or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                   ■`,3,,rnia, November
                                          tu              f'r Gne inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                                            4yes:
        tidy by tho koliowing	
                                                                                         in said newspaper.
                                                NO,'
            'r, trl                 1
                                                                  and	
                                                   rn	                       That said newspaper has been established, printed and - published at regular
          1 . .11 t     —2.
                                      G:.                                        	 in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                           0. i , ,rt COMMIS- n
                                                TIEGARDT,

                      tiry.	
                        rs.
           57,711
                                      r, -                             ,inore than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                                                       mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                                                       preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                                                       scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                                                       intended to be given.
                                                                 That the notice   Ordinance Modifying the Provisions of
                                                             Port Ordinance No. 76
                                                            of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,


                                                            to-wit: from the 	      6th 	 day of 	                    December           A. D. 19      30 ,
                                                            to and until the 	      6th	          day of 	            December           A . D. 19     30 ,
                                                            both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                            lished, to-wit:-- On the 6th day of December, 1930




                                                            Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                            6th 	 day of _D
                                                                          ...P.0..e.attLe_371. D. 1930.



                                                                                         Notary Public in and for
                                                                                                                	          of Alameda, State of California
                         2 coons Apv.-90 2/e 10-29 7228
                      BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                            CITY OF OAKLAND

                               PORT ORDINANCE NO. 110



 ,
le    Introduced by                          Seconded by

     6-\                 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING VARIOUS SECTIONS
                         OF PORT ORDINANCE NO. 8, ADDING CERTAIN
                         SECTIONS TO SAID ORDINANCE AND REPEALING
                         SECTIONS-3.346 and 7.3 THEREOF.


                         BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
                of the City of Oakland as follows:            r-•



                         SECTION 1. The following sections of Port Ordin-
                anceNo. 8 are hereby amended to read as hereinafter set
                forth, to-wit:
                      . Section 3.361--1 Manifest and Tag Clerk,
                          *110.00 per month.
                      • Section 3.43--4 Manifest and Tag Clerks,
                          *110.00 per month each.
                      • Section 3.44--13 Dock Clerks, $160.00 per
                          month each.
                        Section 3.48--3 Dock Watchmen, U150.00 per,
                          month each.
                      .Section 5.55-1 Airport Watchman, *150.00
                          per month.
                          SECTION 2. The following additional sections are
                hereby added to said ordinance, and the positions therein
                specified are hereby created at the compensations set forth,
                all as follows, to-wit:
                      • Section 1.523--i Stenographer, $100.00 per month.
                      - Section 1.61--1 Mimeograph Operator, 8100.00 per month.
                      .Section 3.381-1 Cooper, *150.00 p er month.
                        Section 3.412--1 Asst. Terminal Superintendent,
                               *200.00 per month.
                        Section 3.441-1 Dock Clerk, Grade B, *125.00 per
                               month.
                      . Section 3.421--S Receiving and Delivering Clerks,.
                               *175.00 per month each.
                        Section 3.481--1 Cooper, $150.00 per month..
                      • Section 3.5-- 1 Terminal Superintendent, *250.00 per
                               month.
                      -Section 3.52-3 Dock Clerks, $160.00 per month each.
                      ,Section 3.53--1 Dock Clerk, Grade B, 125.00 per month.
                      - Section 3.54--2 Receiving and DeliveringClerks,
                               *175.00 per month each.
                      - Section 3.55--2 Manifest and Tag Clerks, *110.00
                               per month each.
                                                         0.00 per month each.
                        Section 3.59--3 Dock Watchmen, , *15
                        Section 7.94--1 Truck Driver, *5.75 per day.
                   SECTION 3. Sections-3,346 and-7.3 of said, or-
          dinance are hereby repealed*
                   SECTION 4. This ordinance shall take effect
          immediately.



                  In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, California,
                  November 10th, 1930.   Passed to print for one day
                  by the following Vote:   Ayes:   Commissioners Leet,
                  Pendleton, Swan and President Fisher -4- Noes:
                  None. Absent:    Commissioner Pardee -I-




Adopted at a regular       meeting held November 17th,' 1930.
By the following Vote:
Ayes:	    Commissioners Leet, Pendleton, Swan and President F sher —4—
Noes:	    None
Absent: a ommiss ioner Pardee -1-


                                 Attest
	




                                                              Affidavit of Publication
                                                        IN THE MATTER OF                                                  Affidavit of Publication of

             City of Oakland                                                                                         An Ordinance Amending

            Port....af_Opki_ana                                                                                      various sections of Port

                                                                                                                     Ordinance No. 8

                          STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                                 COUNTY OF ALAMEDA
                                                                                                         $ R Irwin
           Powr Ort2/21\147:CF: No_ ,10,
               .
       A N 0 DINANC:T :.	              r '.I',I.' Sc01:24■3-
                                                        E
                                                          _PORT      of said County, being duly sworn, says:
                               SCTIONS,	
    0 -3-7,7137 7 3.n-A 37:C7337 	s, AnDr.va
                    S F.,CT (ASS' Tr) SA 7 - 1) . ORDI-           That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
                 T	       A- 3,3 I, RE1 -7 1 ,:=A T., [NO' . SRC-'
    T1( 7 072-7 77 .n fi	                  713 7 7•.;P
        1-7 -7,3 IT oRITAINI . :1, by 13 1 6 Poard
                     „
                                                            zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
                                                         Pec City
    oiOkayl                                                 interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
        fbCTiC . N- 3.	     T73, 7774,17ov777333
    t)ooe of Ic't,r3	            1ri 2	 ycc        ;	  e
    IeiU p ar,,,rWed GQ 1-eral                                    That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
                 to-117, -L07,: 0
          t3             _.7-113,1,13719_,St_ 1-
                 2 2r771.-■                           rte.{
                                                            clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
                                                            and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
                                                            inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
                                              "i "°-4 "' is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
                                                cpurs	      tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
                                                      Atc, of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
                                             Cans dou
                                                N■CD1-1.9
                                                            gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                                                    -60J . scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                                            instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                                            or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                                 laSSERO
                                                        . inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                        "amou 07°-ti
       _ 717 L,	             ItaaAs	
                                             MUD 73 UO
                                                            advertisements in said newspaper.
           ti	    111.174JVCrIO	
                         srtu	             ,eu siacictaa,
                                    ,,q c{ 1t1,,/10./(1	
                                          07 'Clun21 pa
                                                                  That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                                            intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                                            more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                                            mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                                            preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                                            scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                                            intended to be given.
                                                                          That th notice
                                                                          Th   the noti       Ordinance Amending various sections of
                                                                     Port Ordinance No. 8
                                                                     of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                                                           1 time
                                                                     to-wit: from the 	    15th	                day of	         November       A. D. 19   30
                                                                     to and until the	     15th             day of              November       A. D. 19 30
                                                                     both days inclusive,- and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                                                          On the 15th day of November, 1930



                                                                     Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                                     15th day ofNovemben . D . 1930



                                                                                                   Notary Public in and for the Co
                         2   ,roam Aay .-50 2M 10-29 7228
                        BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                              CITY OF OAKLAND

                                      PORT ORDINANCE No, 109
 Introduced by 	                                     Seconded by

                          AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 1 of
                          PORT ORDINANCE NO. 25.


                     BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
            of the City of Oakland as follows:
                      SECTION 1. Section 1 of Port Ordinance No. 25 is
            hereby amended to read as follows:
                          Section 1. There is hereby established
                          a contingent or revolving fund in the
                          amount of fifteen thousand (15,000)
                          dollars.
                            SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect • irmne-
            diately.

                      In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, California,
                      November 3rd, 1930.   Passed to print for one day
                      by the following Vote: Ayes:    Commissioners Leet,
                      Pendleton, Swan and President Fisher -4- Noes:
                      None.   Absent: Commissioner Pardee -1-




 Adopted at a	       regular          meeting held Nov ember 10th, 1930.
 By the following Vote:
 Ayes:	      Commissioners Leet, Pendleton, Swan and President Fisher
 Noes:	      None
 Absent: Commissioner Pardee -1-


                                            Attest
• Approved as to form and legality:
	




                                                      Affidavit of Publication
                                                  IN THE MATTER OF	                                                      Affidavit of Publication of

                 City of Oakland                                                                                   An Ordinance Amending

                 Port                            of                  Oakland                                       Section 1 of Port Ordinance
                                                                                                                   No. 25

                                 STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                                   COUNTY OF ALAMEDA
               I • oliT OR.DINA.NCln      NO. lon.
                                                                                                         S R Irwin
            , :, ,r ( ■DOINANCE AMENDING
     F.41':, 'T i , /N 1 OF PORT. ORDINANCE                       of said County, being duly sworn, says:
     N(,.	 2 :■.
     ,rI;E i ■ ORDAINED byof the Cily
             p„
                    IT
                          mmmissioners
                                                   the I3oard	          That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned a white male citi-
     4,     miil‘Mnil as follows:
                                                                  zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
        L




          SECTION
     ,dinancé No. 2I. Section I of Port	
                                     , is hereby amended
    L..     read as follows,	
        :7 _ c     non 1. There Is hereby estab-
                                                                  interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
    I  Mlle     ■1    a contingentor revolving.
    / .md ,, the amount of fifteen thou-	
    ,.Ind (15,, co do l l ". ,
                             I
                                                                        That he is now and at all : times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
    ,,  iif I, , ' I' 1: ''';  12- This ordin  ance shall	        clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation the publisher
        L a       I a ■ Ortie a tat& o"anaissioners
                     .■ r'            o ri    IY
    n.iliM, M ,'alifornim November :,rd: 	                        and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
        '''' „eP i ., ;'1' o win
                             d 'giTor'tt                          inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
         A             	 ' ari i s i e: fr'r Peet, Pen-
                                                     °°6 daY	
                                                   s
    cil r t „, :. :ti , ..„, c o am dsIirteon e rit gsnh,er,ii—
                             ■



             %rt             n nn  e       s it.r
                                           se    ,
                                                                  is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
                                                      s-
    sioner Pardee-1.
                                       B HEGAIIDT,	               tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
                         Secretaiy, Board of fort
                               Commissioners.	
                        2.43-Nov. 7-1t                            of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
                                                                  gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                                                                  scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                                                  instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                                                  or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom:
                                                                  inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                                                  advertisements in said newspaper.
                                                                        That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                                                   intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                                                  more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                                                  mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                                                  preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                                                   scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                                                   intended to be given.
                                                                       That the notice An Ordinance Amending                          Section 1 of Port
                                                                   Ordinance No. 25
                                                                   of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                                                          1                 time
                                                                  to-wit: from the	       7th	                day of	           Nov' _emher	       A. D. 19 30 ,
                                                                  to and until the 7th                    day of                 November           A. D. 19      30,
                                                                   both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                                   lished, to-wit:—   On the 7th day of November, 1930



                                                                  Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                                    7th 	 day of_ _NOY. eilth .0.1*. D. 19.



                                                                                                 Notary Public in and	     the Co	   . of Alame , State of California
                     7.431,.2 CORM ADV.-50 2n.4 10-29 7228
                        BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                              CITY OF OAKLAND

                                      PORT ORDINANCE NO. 108
Introduced by 	                                           Seconded by
                           AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ITEMS 1910 AND
                           2075 OF PORT ORDINANCE NO. 60 AND
                           ADDING ITIVE 287 and 537 TEERETO.



                    BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
           of the City of Oakland as follows:
                    SECTION 1. Items 1910 and 2075 of Port Ordinance
           No. 60 are hereby amended, and Items 287 and 537 are hereby
           added to said ordinance, all to read as follows:
                                         YITI--- LOADING
           Item No.                                                                   Cents
              1910           Grain, in sacks, N.O.S.                      30    per 2000 lbs.
              2075           Wheat, in sacks                              30    per 2000 lbs.
                                         VI-- ShHVICE GEARGES
               287           Molasses, in bulk - No charge if delivered
                             ex vessel direct to barge while vessel is
                             discharging canned pineapple or other cargo
                             onto wharf or pier.
                                     VIII- -TOLL
               537 -         Molasses, in bulk, when discharged ex
                             offshore vessel direct to barge       12,+46' per 2000 lbs.
                     SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect
           November 4th, 1930.

Adopted at a regular                  meeting held	       November 3rd, 1930.
By the following Vote:
Ayes:	       Commissioners'Leet, Pendleton, Swan and President Fisher -4-
Noes:        None
Absent:      Commissioner Pardee -1-



                                              Attest
                                                                                   Secretary.
Approved as to form and legality: 	                    In Board of Port ommissioners,
                                                       Oakland, Californ , , October 27th,
                                                       1930.   Passed to print for one
                  Port Attorney	                       day by the following vote Ayes:
                                                       Commissioners Leet, Pendleton, Swan
                                                       and President Fisher -4- Noes:
                                                       None Absent: Commissioner Pardee -1-
	




                                                 Affidavit of Publication
                                            IN THE MATTER OF	                                            Affidavit of Publication of
      Cit                                            y  of
                                                      Ordinance                                   An
                                                                                                  Amending
     Port                                  of              Oakland                                  Items 1910 and 2075 of

                                                                                                    Ordinance No. 60 etc

               STATE OF CALIFORNIA,


    1 , "11 1 , oit131NA •	
           ■i L r,i'. NNC , ,          '
                                                     of said County, being duly sworn, says:
        -..,, 7 AND 3:117 AND ADDING
                6iil ,NO, 60
                              THERTO.	    -	              That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
          ri CW.DATN.ED by the 'Board
                 onarnisstnners of the City
         I' Ci OS   fe-311c-nvs,	                    zen of the United States over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
             ' N 1 - Itr' • 9• 0 are. hereby         interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
      , r ■ .rdinnce- s 191 ° ami 2 are
                    a      N0.
               and TtenIn 257 -and 537
                                         ° 75
           Wert to y,anl orainaace, all
           3 follows:	                                                 That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
           XIII—LUADING Cer,Ls                                   clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
             at 11                                            - and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
                     '	
                                       11-1-ATlo-E,'-'harge inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
                       ■



                                       e,sel tht, t
                                                tO	  .
                           , ,,,, 1 I , d I S,11,,g - is
                            1 ,11,-,pnle or other                   defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
                                th-t1 I ot l'tt,' ,-•            tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
                                                        , d r_ of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli,
                            TI":1'-rarn2e'117-1 gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
           ' d'st.-r :Novcrnb,r 4, 1 220. one „scribers and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
              --,, of rolt                                   -,,
                        lifornl q ,	 (a_.tobet a-, ,
                                 Co111.1711SS'


                         1 3 g -,c31+	 -1,e,--t, _,3 en- instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                                 /
                                Pr,,Irlent I isher— or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or dertom-
                                   ,1_1■s< III	 tommi,-
    cne,r	                       r3                              inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                               d	     I
                        retar•,- 	 'rt. advertisements in said newspaper.
                Cur-3;311,31,

                                                          That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                                     intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                                     more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                                     mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                                     preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                                     scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                                     intended to be given.
                                                           That the notice An Ordinance Amending Items 1910 and
                                                       2075 of Port Ordinance No. 60 etc
                                                     of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                                            1                time
                                                     to-wit: from the	 	    31st  	 day of	 October 		A. D. 19 3 °                                    ,
                                                     to and until the 	     31st 	day of3 °
                                                                                       	    October    A D. 19
                                                     both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                     lished, to .w it:__ On the --1st day of               Oct ober , 19 30



                                                     Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                     ,31st       dayof Octob e r D. 19
                                                                                A.




                                                                                 Notary Public in and for th,, County of larneda, 	   of California
     ' eige713.2 FORM AoV.-50 2M 10-29 7228
                     BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                           CITY OF OAKLAND

                                    PORT ORDINANCE NO. 107
                                                  Seconded by
                         AN ORDINANCE ATTENDING SECTION 7.57
                         OF PORT ORDINANCE NO. 8.



                    BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
           of the City of Oakland as follows:
                    SECTION 1,; Section 7.57 of Port Ordinance No. 8-
           is hereby amended to read as follows:
                         Section 7.57--Two Draftsmen, 1200.00 per month
                           each.
                         SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect
           Immediately

                         In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland,
                         California, October 27th, 1930.    Passed
                         to print for one day by the following vote:
                         Ayes:   Commissioners Leet, Pendleton, Swan
                         and President Fisher -4- Noes: None
                         Absent: Commissioner Pardee -1-




Adopted at a regular                meeting held November 3rd, 1930.
By the following Vote:
Ayes:	        Commissioners Leet, Pendleton, Swan and President Fisher -4-
Noes 	        None
Absent:	      Commissioner Pardee -1-

                                                                       President.
                                         Attest
                                                                       Secretary.
Approved as to form and legality:
                                              Affidavit of Publication
                                          IN THE MATTER OF                                                    Affidavit of Publication of

             Ci              ty             of              Oakl           and_                           An Ordinance amending


               ortCalcland_                                                                               section 7.57 of Port Ordinance

                                                                                                          No. 8

                          STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                                                                    SS.
                            COUNTY OF ALAMEDA
                                                      	S             R         Irwth
                  OltiO NANC/7 NO. 107
                    .
                 • I 1 '"                EN'INC/      of said County, being duly sworn, says:
                             '

                                 1.
                                        C
                                                            That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
                     I	
                     Section 7.57 of Per              zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
01 II,                 is hereby
     r
       I	

                                                      interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
                     —Tors Draftsmel
                  ■,2.ath each.
                     This ordinance sha                     That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
                immediatelY.
                 of .Port Commissioners,
                                r),,nber 2 ,
                                                      clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
1or	      passed to p rint for 	
        1,1Iowing voter
                                      dSP             and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
       ror Commissioners 1., et, Pen-,
        ,1„ Swan and President Fisher—.               inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
1 None. „Alisent Commis-
,I" , I Pardee-1.                                     is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
                    G. -33. HEGARDT,
             Secretary, Board of Port                 tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
             Commts§lorteri.
                 231-octl 31 - 1t
                                                      of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
                                                      gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                                                      scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                                      instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                                      or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                                      inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                                      advertisements in said newspaper.
                                                            That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                                      intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                                      more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                                      mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                                      preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                                      scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                                      intended to be given.
                                                              That the notice JUl Ordinance _Amend ing Section 7.57 of                                    Port
                                                           Ordinance No. 8
                                                          of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                      	                          1 time
                                                      to-wit: from the	           31st             day of 	           October30
                                                                                                                          A D. 19

                                                      to and until the 	          31st         day of 	               October A. D. 19 30
                                                          both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                          lished, to-wit:— On the 31st day of October, 1930




                                                      Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                      31st day o f Oct oberA . D. 19	



                                                                                     Notary Public in and for the 	        ,lameda, State	   California
            akill*D>2 FORM ADV.-50 251   10-29 7228
                        BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                              CITY OF OAKLAND

                              PORT ORDINANCE NO. 106
Introduced by	                               Seconded by
                         AN ORDINANCE REPEALING ITEM NO. 288
                         OF PORT ORDINANCE NO. 60, AMENDING
                         ITEMS NOS. 1345, 1350 and 1515
                         THEREOF AND ADDING ITEM NO. 2297
                         THERETO.



                   BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
           of the City of Oakland as follows:
                   SECTION 1. Item No. 288 of Port Ordinance No. 60
           is hereby repealed.
                   SECTION 2. Items numbered 1345, 1350 and 1515 at'
           said ordinance are hereby amended and an item numbered 2297
           is hereby added thereto, all to read as follows:
                                      XI - LOADING
           Item No.                                                   Cents
                 1345      Tin Plate and Scrap Tin Plate direct
                                    to car                            40
                 1350      Tin Plate and Scrap Tin Plate               52

                                      XII - UNLOADING
                 1515      Celite or Infusorial Earth                  40
                                      XV - WEIGHING
                 2297      Grain:
                              When performed in conjunction with
                                       ear unloading:
                                  When for storage                     10
                                  When consigned to definite vessel
                                    weighing included in unloading
                                    charge.
                              When performed at time of unloading
                                    from watercraft                    30
                              From pile to pile on dock                30
                     SECTION 3. This ordinance shall take effect
            immediately.




                    In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland,
                    California, October 14th, 1930. Passed to
                    print for one day by the following Vote:
                    Ayes:   Commissioners Leet, Pardee, Pendleton
                    and President Fisher -4- Noes: None
                    Absent: Commissioner Swan-1-




Adopted at a regular       meeting held	    October 20th, 1930.
By the following Vote:
Ayes:	    Commissioners Leet, Pendleton, Swan and President Fishei . —4—
Noes:	    None
Absent: Commissioner Pardee -1-

                                                                    resident.
                                   Attest
	




                                                                               tcla At: of Publicatior.
                                                                IN THE MATTER OF	                                                    Affidavit of Publication of

                                                                   it: of Oa hi an d                                               I ii Ord i 212lace Rape El Ling

                                                                      22_ .:02f.     o    LanL 	                                12„IT,   770. 233 of -P. ort              Ord in-
                                                                                                                              ance       T i)1   60


                                         STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                                                                                           $
                                               COUNTY OF ALAMEDA
              : 7•01c . i • ounINANCE: NO. 100. -
                                                                                                   G 0 ariffith
             A'-. 	           P.-PINANG-Ff. REPEALING                       of said County, being duly sworn, says:
         IT 1	                 ■. 288 eli' PORT ORM*
                `,"■:P. INO. 60, AMENDING ITEm9
                      1:11.., 1350 AND 1515 THERE-                                That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
                   .1;1-1, ADDING- ITESNI NO. 2207
            /111:1:1	 o,
                                                                            zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
             Bif T'i" oltD5..INFID by the Board
           I l'oT-3 C.,,,.....ssioners of the City
        cci C,.       1          as follows:
                                                                            interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
                                 1. Pena No. 288 of Port
                      I.■        No. 60 Is hereby re-                             That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
            NI . 1.- 1'10/8- 2.	        Items numbered                      clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
       I 'I                 	 and 1515 of said ordinance
                         . 1. , amended and an item                         and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
       1 117 ,11 11 ', 1        2507	      hereby added
                           ,31 to read as follows:
                               XI—LOA_DING                                  inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
       1- 1cmTi	                                   Cents
    •	
                  'I	         11late and Scrap Till
                      Plate direct to car 	         40                      is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
       7350 Tin Plate and Scrap Tin                                         tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
                      Plate 	                       62
      1815 Ce)
                              ▪
                              1	
                                   11-11NBOADI NG
                                         lufnsorial Barth. 40               of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
      2207 On,                                                              gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                               -formed in
                          1,1 witll car
                              J1111,                                        scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                  ▪            for storage 	     10                         instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                consigned to
                     0	           i I e	 vessel;                            or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                               ling included In
                    ul,]...ding charge,
                  Wh.	          performed at
                                 of onloading
                                                                            inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                     1'1,-111	 v           rt     50
                                                ateevcra   	
                                                                            advertisements in said newspaper.
                  From pile to pile on
                     dock 	                      20
          LI' T1 ON 3. This ordinance shall                                       That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
            tf act immediately.
                        of Port Commissioners.                               intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                        liforn Ia. October 12th,
                          I        I

               I	       4 to print for on e day
    1,y 11,, 1.■11,, , ving- vote: Ayes—Corn-                               more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                        .cet, Pardee, Pendleton_
                              'Fislicr-4 .	Noes-
     I • '   r

    1, 7,1       I	

    None---.Ansent. Commissioner Swan
                                       cut
                                                                             mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
    —1.
                                B- NEBARDT,                                 preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
    Secretary, Board of Pon_ Commis-.
        -01113LS.                                                            scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                    207-Oat. 18-It
                                                                             intended to be given.
                                                                                    That the notice2' 11 °re in ooe                   ' e                  -t	   D	          of

                                                                             -Port Ordinance 7o, GO.
                                                                             of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                                                                                       Once

                                                                            to-wit: from the 	                th            	 day of .0.c. t     eei:'                A. D. 19    U,

                                                                            to and until the	             13 :tli 	      day of	         c	            	              A. D. 19
                                                                             both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                                             lished, to-wit:—        On   t h 13i da               o f 0010      12,




                                                                             Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                                             IS _t_.1:2    day of43€_:::,4:-7,-0.A. D. 19



                                                                                                                Notary Public in and o the County 5 f Alameda, Sta \of California
                          c(02*,2            roaM Anv.-50 21,4 10-29 7228
                    BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                          CITY OF OAKLAND

                           PORT ORDINANCE NO. 105
                	                        Seconded by
Introduced by

                     AN ORDINANCE ADDING ITEMS 2i, 6, 7 and
                     8 TO PORT ORDINANCE NO. 31, and AMENDING
                     SECTION 2a OF SAID ORDINANCE.



                  BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
         of the City of Oakland, as follows:
                  SECTION 1. Items 2, 6, 7 and 8 are hereby added
         to Section 1 of Port Ordinance No. 31, to read as follows:
                  Item 2. OUTSIDE PLANES. No planes which are
         not stored at the airport and for which the hangar charges
         provided for in Item 1 have not been paid Shall be used
         in the training of students at the airport.
                  Item 6.    LANDING FEE FOR PASSENGERS. A payment
         of one dollar ($1.00) shall be made for each passenger
         for hire picked up or discharged at the field to or
         from planes which are operated on established schedule
         in the business of the transportation of passengers and
         which are not based at the airport.
                  Item 7.    SPECIAL LEASES. The Board of Port
         Camuissioners reserves the privilege of entering into special
         leases for periods of not less than one year of hangar and
         lean-to spaces, if any, exceeding in the aggregate in any
         one instance of 4200 square feet of floor space, and to
         apply under such leases other rates, charges, provisions and
         conditions than those provided for in this ordinance.
                  Item 8.    PORTABLE GARAGES. Ground space for the
         erection of portable garages for the storage of automobiles
         may be leased for periods of one year each upon the payment
         of $6.00 annually in advance. The type, area to be occupied
         and location of any such portable garage shall be subject
         to the approval of the Port Manager and shall beareCted and.
         maintained at the risk and expense of the applicant.
                  Space in any such garage as may be erected by the
         port department shall when available, be rented at the
         price of fifty cents 50) per each twenty four (24) hours.

                  SECTION 2. Section 2a of said ordinance is hereby
         amended to read as follows:
                Section 2a. The following schedule of rental
             charges are hereby adopted for the use of the office
             space in the administration building at the Oakland
             Municipal Airport and for space for office, store-
             rooms and other purposes in the lean-tos of the
             hangars of said airport.
                     Item A. Space in Administration Building.
                  Ten (10) cents per square foot per month. Water,
                  heat, light and janitor service included.
                     Item B. Space in lean-tos of Hangars. Three
                  (5) cents per square foot per month. Water and
                  light included.
                     Item C. Space in hangars with lean-to space
                  included. Terms, rates and conditions to be ar-
                  ranged by the Board.
                  Applications for space must be made in writing to
             the Board of Port Commissioners, which Board shall con-
             clusively determine if and when space may be available
             and shall assign such space as it may determine to be
             practicable and to the public's interest. All measure-
             ments shall be determined by the Port Manager. Rental
             payments must be payable in cash monthly in advance.
                  SECTION 3. This ordinance shall take effect as of
        October 1st, 1930.
            In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, California,
            September 29th, 1930. Passed to print for one day
            by the following Vote: Ayes: Commissioners Leet,
            Pardee, Pendleton, Swan and President Fisher -5- Noes:
            None. Absent: None.


Adopted at a regular	      meeting held	 October 6th, 1930.
By the following Vote:
Ayes:       Commissioners Leet, Pardee, Pendleton, Swan and President
                                         Fisher -5-
Noes:	      None
Absent: None


                                  Attest
                                                                Secretary.
App ed as to form and legality:
	




                                                                                         Affidavit of Publication
                                                                                   IN THE MATTER OF                                                             Affidavit of Publication of

                         pity of Oakland 	                                                                                                                  An Ordinance Adding it ems

                                         t_of_OakLand                                                                                                       24, 6 7 and 8 to Po t
                                                                                                                                                            Ordinance No. 31 etc

                                                   STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                                                                                                                          SS.


                                                                                                                                                  S R Irwin
                     1 . 4,1[1' OitiiitiANCD NO.	                              of said County, being duly sworn, says:
                   AN orliirl NAN, 'C ADDING ITEMS
                            • 1 s ). OP 8 TO P ORT OR DI -
                                                a	
                                             ■-    8 1 , and AMENDIN G               That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
                                        .is	           SAID O  RDINANCE.	
                                        OIADAINED by the Hoard2
                             !. Commissioners of the City zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
                                   n 	             as  follows:
                                  O     N 1. items	 A4, IS 7                   interested in the matter or action herein set . forth.
                                  reby added to Section of
               Parr r1 einanee No, 31, to read as                                          1

                       ■,i,                                                          That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
                  Il ,i!t■ 2 , 4. OUTSIDE PLANES. No
               p',11, .: which are not stored at the clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
              , -Irnn and for whichIte m hangar and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
                     ,
                          i
                         rt
                                     rovi ded                   the
               s, I M-ro paid shallr in us ed 1 have
                j2 ,1 1 ,_; ■,, I
                                                       fo
              11,H-1 21: K of students be.the airport.      at
                                                                      in the
                  I	 r r m . LANDING PEE EOR inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
                                    1.
            P
              de Mc ( . : 1,00) shall be mad, one
                         I,      N-■ J,Ins. A. payment .r

                i el, oa nger for hi re picked for is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by- said Sec-
                       dl,,M up  .erged at the field to
                                    ■
                                                                               tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
                         I d d a es which are
                       d i t . d schedule in operated or
                             U
                        ■ IT, transportation busl-               the
                                                                       of pas- of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
                                  ,nd which are not based
                                     .
                                         SPECIAL LEASES. The i gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                                         Port Commissioners re-
                                        privilegie of entering into scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                   rases for periods of not
                                        one year of hangar and. instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                  races, if any, exceeding .in j
           tip	                   -,.  gate. any one
                                              re ineet of floor tance. or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings races or denom-
                                                     f             insspac
                                                                           e                        1

                                    ,zpelKa4eder=n1s and , inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                                             r	         p

                                                                             :
                                    ,    than those provided -for
                 T	
                                  , din an c e.
                                  . PORTABLE GARAGES.
                                                                                advertisements in said newspaper.
           r;   r, , ri t/ imace for the erection • of
           p,,l' d i de garages for the storage	
                " a , rt,Hiles may be leased for
                      ,I, ,l 'VI   ,,                                                That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
           l	
                             i           one year each upon , the
                           77 r of 6.00 annually in ad-	                        intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alam da, State of California, for
                                                                                                             e
                               ,1-ide it jepe aro,rif ta be suogh-
                                                 o ' tion , ti„                 more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
           7 f	                        ,ca rag e shall be eubj t
                              s
                             -pA ro al o f the Port Man-
                               t , Mall be e rented and main-                   mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                 r the risk and expense of
                                         nt.	                                   preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil,' de-
                                lii env such garage as may
                                          I i- the port department
                                              .
                                             a y 3.flable, he rented at •
                                                                                scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                                f'ffi ': 77r, s hVr°s.) Per	
                                                       -                        intended to be given.
            i- , ■ /                                                , 2a of said
            ,I	
          1-■

          rcmi                           	
                                                                    amended to	                                                    Ordinance Adding items 2i, 6, 7 and 8
                                                                                                                     That the notice   n
                                                           ,i, re/lowing sched-
                                                          ri i-ges are hereby
                                                                  of the office
                                                              i istration build- 	
                                                                                                                to   Port Ordinance No. 31 etc
                                                   .mod

                                                              1 Municipal Air-
                                                                                                            •
                                             ,,	                               '
                                                               ;."jr,Isfieee'irl"1:g;	
                                                                 .                                          of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                     ,-• Mingars of said
                     111 A            - 1r A .1 minis 0:0' ion
                                                    per	 ..,.tre	
                                                                               i                        	                              l_time
                                                            e
                             r t	             ter r e .
                                      ice inclured t, light	                                                                           5th             day of        October	 A D 19 	
                                                                                                                                                                                              30
                                       e in li rmstos of 	                                              to-wit: from the 	
                                                    cen       per	(P. }       LS
                                        °nth. Water and                                                                                                              October 	 A. D.19 30	
                       Inalo
                                          'in li.iimmrs with	                                           to and until the 	             5th .
                                                                                                                                           	day of 	                                    ,
                                       IT                Terms,
                                                              eluded.

                                     TIL.■, , Is	 t.,         ar-                                       both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                  e	 '	 i d.	
                                                               be
                                                    I	     d, 1, 1 '
                                                                          0
                                                                                                            fished, to-wit:—     On the 5th day of October, 1930
                                                                                      , : ' : ad	
                                                              0,1 0( .                 ;:Y
                                                                                         ri
                                                          r 110Th . l                0 t     0
    t-	           1 0000 2 0     000
                                                              7     I             he
                                                                              moments
                                                                              1,11   thly
                                                   "1 - 1 . ,main
                                                           r,.1.                                            Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                                                                        6th 	 day of              Oct 013 eriL D. 19   30
                                                   nil    1             r
                                                                        -
                                                                    .2, 1711,i,
                                                                            1 m
                       BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                             CITY OF OAKLAND

                                    PORT ORDINANCE NO. 104
Introduced by	                                    Seconded by
                           AN ORDINANCE AMTNDING SECTION 3.44
                           OF PORT ORDINANCE NO. 8, AND ADDING
                           SECTION 3.43 THERETO,



                     BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commis-
            sioners of the City of Oakland, as follows:
                     SECTION 1. Section 3.44 of Port Ordinance
            No. 8 is hereby amended to read as follows:
                           Section 3.44—Eight Dock Clerks, $160-.=00
                               p er month.
                      SECTION 2. Section 3.43 is hereby added to
            said ordinance to read as follows:
                           Section 3.43--One Manifest and Tag Clerk,
                                $110.00 per month.
                       SECTION 3. This ordinance shall take effect
            immediately.
              In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, Calif.,
              September 22t1, 1930. Passed to print for one
              day by the following Vote: Ayes: Commissioners
             .Lest, Pardee, Pendleton, Swan and President Fisher
              -5- Noes: None Absent: None.



Adopted at a regular                meeting held September 29th, 1930.
By the following Vote:
Ayes: Commissioners Leet, Pardee, Pendleton, Swan and President
                                           Fisher -5-
Noes:	  None
Absent: None

                                                                         President.
                                         Attest
                                                                         Secretary.
Approved as to form and legality:

                 Port Attorney
	




                                            Affidavit of Publication
                                        IN THE MATTER OF	                                                  Affidavit of Publication of

                                                                                                      An Ordinance Amending
                                                                                                      Section 3.44 of Port Ordi-
         Port of Oakland                                                                              nance No, 8 and, adding__
                                                                                                      Section 3.43 there-
                                                                                                      t

                   STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                                                                     SS.
                       COUNTY OF ALAMEDA	                        s
                                                                                             S R Irwin
                  ouDiN.VNCif_,• SO.
              () R ID INANCE
               N 3.44 OD PCJIDC OD D.          D -`	   of said County, being duly sworn, says:
                       8 AND ADDING :81-1'.D-
                    9/IIERETO. 	                             That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
                 ORDAINED 1,0 the Board
                                                Clty
                                                       zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
                                Of   tfl,


                        di follows:	                 	 ,
                        . Sectioll 3.41 of Port
                    INo. 8 is hereby amended	          interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
                      follows:	 -             Dock
        ...•	      i 0
                                            	
                   $1G0.00 per morrill.
      >-1 CTION 2. Section 	               is hero-          That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
       .olded to ,,Lid	                                clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
           ec Lion 2.43—One Manife.st
                                  ',,110.OU            and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
        1CON 3. This or'dinanee shall inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
         Board .1' l'O rt	
         and, Calif., September 21!ads„,
                                         \         is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec
               t oll                                    	 is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
    I	         t 	             Pardee. Pen.dletoP,I


    18-8,;;,/ and President 101913.0r-5. Noes: I o f California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
                      Ne.	
                       On                         I

                           (3.
                         B. HEC       =;.5.	       gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                    1 ,19 :Sept. 25-It.
                                                   scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                                   instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                                   or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                                   inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                                   advertisements in said newspaper. 	                                                 -
                                                          That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                                   intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                                   more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                                   mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                                   preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                                   scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                                   intended to be given.
                                                        That the notice An Ordinance Amending Section 3.44 of
                                                      Port Ordinance No. 8 and adding Section 3.43
                                                      .thereto
                                                      of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                                               1 time
                                                                 25th
                                                      to-wit: from theday of                                   September 	 A. D. 193°
                                                      to and until the 	       25th 	 day of 	                 September 	A. D. 1930•,
                                                      both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                      lished, to-wit:—      On the 25th day of September, 1930



                                                      Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                      25th        d of
                                                                   ay      Sept embifpi-D.   19   3



                                                                                    Notary Public in and for he	     f Alameda, S e of California
          agM9.2 9-0 ;ow Arar.-50 2M 10-29 7228
                 BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                       CITY OF OAKLAND


                         PORT ORDINANCE NO. 103
Introduced by	                         Seconded by



                   AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE MAXING OF
                   IMPROVEMENTS, ALTERATIONS AND REPAIRS
                   IN THE PORT AREA AND PROVIDING PENALTIES
                   FOR THE VIOLATION THEREOF.



                    BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
           of the City of Oakland as follows:
                    SECTION 1. It shall be unlawful for any person or
           persons to construct, extend, alter, improve, erect, remodel
           or repair (dredging operations, excavations and restoration
           of paint or plaster included) any pier, slip, basin, wharf,
           dock or other harbor structure or improvement or any
           building or structure of any kind within the "Port Area"
           of the City of Oakland as described in the charter of said
           city, without first applying for and securing from the
           Board of Port Commissioners a permit therefor in writing
           as in this ordinance provided.
                    SECTION 2. The application for such permit shall
           be filed with the Secretary of the Board and shall be signed
           by the applicant. It shall be in writing, and shall state
           the material, dimensions, character and estimated cost of the
           proposed improvement, the location thereof and the names of
           the owners or persons for whom such work is to be performed,
           and shall contain an estimate of the time to be occupied in
           making such improvement, and shall state the specific use
           for which it is intended and the purpose for which said pre-
           mises are then being used. In case engineering or archi-
           tectural plans and/or specifications are to be used in
           performing the work, a copy of said plans and/or specifica-
           tions shall be submitted together with said application.
           Such copy shall thereafter be returned at the applicant's
           request, provided a duplicate copy shall be filed with the
           Building Inspector of the city. In case of dredging opera-
           tions, a record of the soundings shall also be filed.
                    SECTION 3. In granting or refusing any permit under
           this ordinance, and in specifying the conditions, if any,
           upon which it may be granted, consideration shall be given
           to the application therefor and the facts and circumstances
           referred to therein, the plans and qy ecifications, if any,
           submitted, the character, nature, size and location of the
           proposed improvement, and any other pertinent facts which
           may concern the safety and general welfare of the public and
           the Port of Oakland, and a reasonable and sound discretion
           shall be exercised in the premises. Where such application ie
           approved by the Port Manager and Chief Engineer of the Board,
           a permit may be issued forthwith. Otherwise, the applicant
           shall be entitled to a hearing before the Board.
          SECTION 4. Upon approval of said application'a
permit to make said improvement or perform said work shall
be issued to the applicant and signed by the Secretary,
provided, that the issuance of such permit shall not consti-
tute an adoption by the Board of any of the technical con-
struction contained in the plans and specifications, if, in
fact, any portion of said plans and specifications may be
in conflict with any law, rule or regulation.
          Nor shall any such permit dispense with the
necessity of the applicant securing, in addition, such per-
mit or permits as may be required by law from the Building
Inspector of the City of Oakland or other public authority.
        SECTION 5. Any such permit may be revoked by the
Board for cause and after a hearing, if requested, upon
delivering a two (2) days' written notice to that effect to
the party who made application for same, or by posting such
notice in a conspicuous place upon the structure or improve-
ment being constructed, extended, altered, repaired or
dredged, or as near thereto as practicable.
        SECTION 6. All permits referred to in this ordinance
must be exhibited to any representative of the Board upon
demand being made therefor.
        SECTION 7. Any permit which may be issued pursuant
to the provisions of this ordinance, but under which no work
is commenced within six months from the time of issuance,
shall expire by limitation end no work shall be done there
under unless in the discretion of the Board, after written
application therefor, the same be renewed.
        SECTION 8. There shall be no fee required for the
filing of said application for, or the issuance of, such
permit.
        SECTION 9. The term "person" as used in this ordinance
shall include any corporation, firm or association, and also
any person holding any lease, franchise or other special
privilege from the City of Oakland or such Board.
        SECTION 10. Except where reimbursement therefor is
to be sought from the City of Oakland, the "repairs" referred
to in this ordinance shall not include minor repairs of a
total cost, including labor and materials, less than One Hundred
Dollars ($100.00) per month.
        SECTION la,.	 Any person who shall violate, disobey
or refuse to comply with this ordinance, or any of the provi-
sions thereof, shall, upon conviction, be punishable by fine
or penalty not exceeding Five Hundred ($500.00) Dollars, or
by imprisonment in the City Prison for not more than six (6)
months, or by both such fine and imprisonment. Every day's
continuation of a violation of any of the provisions of this
ordinance shall be deemed a separate and distinct offense.
                    SECTION 12. No person holding a lease or other
            special privilege from the City of Oakland and claiming to
            have the right to erect structures or to make other improve-
            ments, including the dredging of slips or channels, or the
            making of repairs, for which reimbursement therefor shall
            be made from dockage and tolls or any other special fund
            created under such lease or special privilege, shall be
            entitled to any such reimbursement, nor shall any such re-
            imbursanent be made, unless such person shall have applied
            to this Board and secured a permit therefor prior to the
            making of any such improvement or repair, as in this ordinance
            provided.
                    SECTION 13. The penalties provided for         in   this
            ordinance shall be cumulative.
                    SECTION 14. This ordinance shall take effect
            immediately.


                       In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland,
                       California, September 8th, 1930. Passed
                       to print for one day by the following
                       Vote: Ayes: Commissioners Leet, Pardee,
                       Pendleton, Swan and PresidentFisher -5-
                       Noes: None. Absent: None.




Adopted at a	       regular meeting held S ept ember 29th, 1930.
By the following Vote:
Ayes:	      Commissioners Leet, Pardee, Pendleton, Swan and Presi '-
                                                    Fisher -5-
Noes:	      None
Absent: None

                                                                        President.
                                        Attest 	
                                    	                                   Secretary.
Approved as to form and legality:

                Por Attorney
                                         Affidavit of Publication
                                   IN THE MATTER OF                                                   Affidavit of Publication of

     Lity_af_Onkland_	                                                                         An Ordinance Regulating                        the

     Port of Oakland,                                                                          making of Improvements,

                                                                                               alterations and, repairs etc

               STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                   COUNTY OF ALAMEDA


                                                                                       2 R Irwin
I   POUT ORDINANCE NO.               	        of
                                         said County, being duly sworn, says:
  AN ORDINANCE REGULATING
THE MAKING OF IMPROVE- 	
MENTS, ALTERATIONS AND RE-
PAIRS IN THE PORT AREA AND
                                            That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
PROVIDING PENALTIES FOI3.• THp zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
VIOLA.TION THEREOF.
     , I	 T ORDAINED by the BO-2 7I interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
of Port Comrnfasioners of the City
of Oakland as followS.	                     That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
                 It
                                   ----clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
                                      and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
                                      inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
                                      is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
                                      tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
                                      of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
                                      gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                                      scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                      instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                      or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                      inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                      advertisements in said newspaper.
                                                   That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                              intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                              more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                              mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                              preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                              scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                              intended to be given.
                                                      That the notice An Ordinance Regulating the making of
                                                  improvements,               e ations and, repairs etc
                                                  of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                              	                        3_ .-t i me


                                              to-wit front the 	       27th                 day of September .                   4. D. J93 0
                                              to and until the 	       27th 	 day of	                     September A D.19 50
                                              both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                              lished, to-wit:	     '   On the 27th day of September, 1530



                                              Subscribed and sworn to before me this'
                                              28th 	 day ofSeptembeS. D. 19 30



                                                                               Notary Public in and for the Cdunty of Alameda, State of California
      aq,:gti, 2 FORM ADV.-50 2M 10-29 7228
                     BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                           CITY OF OAKLAND

                               PORT ORDINANCE NO. 102
Introduced by	                                Seconded by

                         AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 1.7
                         OF PORT ORDINANCE NO. 8.


                    BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
           of the City of Oakland, as follows:
                     SECTION 1. Section 1.7 of Port Ordinance No. 8
           is hereby amended to read as follows:
                          Section :1.7--Purchasing Clerk, $175.00
                                      per month.
                     SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect
           October 1st, 1930.

            In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, Calif.September
  l5th,1930.Passed to print for one day by the following Vote:
  Ayes:   Commissioners Leet, Pardee, Pendleton, Swan and President
  Fisher -5- Noes: None Absent: None.




Adopted at a regular           meeting held September 22nd, 1930.
By the following Vote:
Ayes:	      Commissioners Leet, Pardee, Pendleton, Swan and President
                                                   Fisher -5-
Noes:	      None
Absent:	    None


                                    Attest
                                     Affidavit of -3 ublication
                                                  _
                                  IN THE MATTER OF                                                Affidavit of Publication of

  City of Oakland                                                                            An Ordinance amending

  port of Oaks and                                                                           section 1.7 of Port
                                                                                             Ordinance Bro. 8

            STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                 COUNTY OF ALAMEDA 	
                                                                                   S R Irwin
                       14 IV 0
                       EN rq,\T1, S
                        0111011":_1 Nr'lt
                                             of said County, being duly sworn, says:
       ORDAINED by the Board
       Coimn issioners of the City
                                                   That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
       id, as follows:
        N 1.	 Saction 1.7 of Port            zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
         No. S is hereby amended             interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
         1.7-Poraha Si 31ff Cl e
        3 mooch.                                   That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
               This ordinance shall
        t October 1St, REM
   d,	
        • of	         co nirnisaio n■-•rs,   clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
                    Sep-eat-ober	 15th,
   Passed	       ponL	      Jr• ■,“?, day
   font-via-Riot; votoi Ave, –Con,
                                             and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
   ors LE, t, Panic,	                  on,   inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
  arid 17	          r
         hs,n	    Non,.
              a. T.1. HEOARTitr,
Secretary, lilovit a of Port C
                                             is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
    issierrttrS.
           ii-Sent.                          tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
                                             of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
                                             gence of a general character, 'having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                                             scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                             instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                             or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                             inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                             advertisements in said newspaper.
                                                   That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                             intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                             more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                             mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                             preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                             scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                             intended to be given.
                                                  Th
                                                            An Ordinance Amending Section 1.7 of
                                                       the noti
                                                  That th notice
                                              Port Ordinance No. 8
                                             of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,,
                                                                    1 time •
                                             to-wit: from the 	      19..th. 	         day of 	       September          -1 . D. 19   30
                                             to and until the 	      19th	         day of	            September          A. D. 19     30 ,
                                             both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                             lished, to-wit:--    On the 19th day. of September , 1930



                                             Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                             19
                                             19th clay of Sept emb gir D. /930


                                                                           Notary Public in and for(Leung of Alameda, State of California
   c*C202 FORM 90v.-50          10-29 7228
                       BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                             CITY OF OAKLAND

                                    PORT ORDINANCE NO. 101
Introduced by	                                     Seconded by
                          AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTIONS 1.52,
                          3.44, 3.45 and 3.46 OF PORT ORDINANCE
                          NO. 8, AND REPFALING SECTION 3.43
                          THEREOF.

                    BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissionare
           of the City of Oakland as follows:
                    SECTION 1. Sections 1.52, 3.44, 3.45 and 3.46
           of Port Ordinance No. 8 are hereby amended to read as fol-
           lows:
                          Section 1.52--Four Stenographers, 0110.00 per
                                          month each.
                          Section 3.44--Six Dock Clerks, 0160.00 per
                                          month each.
                          Section 3.45--One Telephone Operator and
                                        Clerk, 11;120.00 per month.
                          Section 3.46--Two Manifest and Tag Clerks,
                                        0120.00 per month.
                    SECTION 2. Section 3.43 of said Port Ordinance
          No. 8 is hereby repealed.
                      SECTION 3. This ordinance shall take effect
           immediately.
               In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, Calif.,
               September 2nd, 1930. Passed to print for one
               day by the following vote: Ayes: Commissioners
               Leet, Pardee, Pendleton, Swan and President
               Fisher -5- Noes: None Absent: None.

Adopted at a regular                meeting held Sept ember 8th, 1930.
By the following Vote:
Ayes:	       Commissioners Leet, Pardee, Pendleton, Swan and President Fisher-5-
Noes:	       None
Absent: None

                                                                         President.
                                          Attest
Approved as to form and legality:

                 Port Attorney
                                                       ffidavit of Publication
                                         IN THE MATTER OF                                                  Affidavit of Publication of

       City of Oakland                                                                                An Ordinance Amending

       Port of Oakland.                                                                                Sections 1.52, 3.44, 3.45

                                                                                                       and 3.46 of Port Ordinance
                                                                                                       No. 8, etc
                                                                   SS.

                                                                                             S R Irwin
                                        .1-)1.1C`r1    of said County, being duly sworn, says:
                                  NO	      Als,t0
                                    TifT51L.15-              That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
                                                       zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
                         e    t—tines 1.52,
                             art Ordinance Ni,.
                                                       interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
                             ended_ to read as               That he is now and at all time 'S' hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
                ctPour Stenographer
                roeth each_                            clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
                   I--	           Dock Clerks,
                        I	    each.
                            me Telephone Op-           and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
t	                           $120.00 per month.
                  —Two ;11 an i rest and               inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
                 7120.00 per mono,
                        dentin::	
        osism:t e No. S is hereby re-
                                              ssid     is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
                     This ordinance shrill             tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
               Immediately.
            3 Of Port ConIznission                     of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
            alif., .:-;epterialier :PM, I:Ms.
             mIst for one day , the        1,
                           Ayes: Con,miS-,51011-
                                                       gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                  We, Pendleton, ;:1.117:              scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
     'rears oils Visher - 5. Noes: None-.
         _None.
                                 III5C31, -PDT         instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                13oara
                                                       or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                                       inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                                       advertisements in said newspaper.
                                                             That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                                       intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                                       more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                                       mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                                       preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                                       scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                                       intended to be given.
                                                                          An Ordinance' Amending Sections 1.52,
                                                            That the notice
                                                        3.44„      3.45 and 3.46 of Port Ordinance No. 8, etc
                                                       of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                                              1 time
                                                       to-wit: from the 	     6-th day of 	                     September          A. D. 1930
                                                       to and until the	      6th day of 	                      September           A. D. 19 30
                                                       both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                       lished, to-wit:      On the 6th day of September, 1930



                                                       Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                       6th day of Sep tembArp. 19 3C


                                                                                    Notary Public in and for the Conn	   Alath da, State of California
                2 9020.1 /1.0V.-90 2tvt 10-29   7229
                   BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                         CITY OF OAKLAND


                            PORT ORDINANCE NO. 100
Introduced by                              Seconded by
                     AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 1 (Items
                     1 to 5 inclusive) OF PORT ORDINANCE NO.
                     31, REPEALING ITEMS 6 to 7 INCLUSIVE
                     OF SAID SECTION 1, AM2TNDING SECTIONS- 2
                     and 3 OF SAID ORDINANCE; AND REPEALING
                     SECTION la OF SAID ORDINANCE, and PORT
                     ORDINANCE NO. 74.

                    BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
           of the City of Oakland as follows:
                     SECTION 1. Section 1, (Items 1 to 5 inclusive)
           of Port Ordinance No. 31 is hereby amended to read as follows:
                     Section 1. The following charges, tolls and pates
           for services rendered by the Port Department at the Oakinnd
           Municipal Airport and for the use of the said air terminal
           of the Port of Oakland and its facilities are hereby adopted:
           Item. 1.       STORAGE OF AIRCRAFT

                      A. Hangar Storage - Active planes
                               Wing
                               Span         Day    Week Month Year
                Under 30 feet              $1.00 $7.00   $25.00 $275.00
                Over 30 to 35 ft. incl      1.25   8.50   30.00  330.00
                Over 35 to 40 ft. incl      1.50 10.00    35.00 385.00
                Over 40 to 45 ft. incl      1.75 11.50    40.00 440.00
                Over 45 to 50 ft. incl      2.00 13.00    45.00  495.00
                Over 50 to 60 ft. incl      2.50 16.00    55.00  605.00
                Over 60 to 70 ft. incl      3.25 20.00 ' 70.00   770.00 .
                Over 70 to 85 ft. incl      4.00 25.00    90.00  990.00
                Over 85 feet                5.00 30.00 100.00 1100.00
                       B. Hangar Storage - Dead Planes

                Aircraft crated or dismantled, one-half of active storage
                rates.
                       C. Open Field Storage
                                              Day     Week    Month

                           All Planes . . .   4.   $0.75   0,1   4.00   $1 5 .00
Item 2,     COMMERCIAL CHARGES

Including the privilege of using the airport in the business
of carrying passengers for hire or award as in local flights,
air transportation lines (not covered by special leases), the
chartering of aircraft for special trips, operating planes in
the training of students for compensation, and/or of flying
aircraft on or about the field for other commercial purposes.
     (These charges are in addition to those provided far in
Item 1).
Commercial privileges        $10.00 per month (or fraction
   thereof) per passenger place.

Item 3:     STUDPNT PLANES
Planes used exclusively for the purpose    of training students
to navigate aircraft shall be classified   as '' r one passenger
place" planes and shall pay the monthly    rate prescribed there-
for. Otherwise, the usual charge shall     prevail.
Item 4.     DEMONSTRATION AND SATE

No charge shall be made for the use of the airport in the sale
and/or demonstration of aircraft and/or aircraft parts and
accessories.
Item 5.     MISCELLANEOUS'
     Locker rental, per locker per month . . . . $0.50
     Tool box rental, per box per month . . . .   0.50
         SECTION 2. Section 2 of said ordinance is hereby
amended to read as follows:
     Section 2. Unless otherwise specified, all the rates
     prescribed in the foregoing schedule are per plane.
     Daily rates are per day or fraction thereof. Weekly
     rates shall apply to any seven consecutive days.
     Monthly rates are per calendar month. In the case of
     accident or destruction to a plane or other unusual
     and unavoidable circumstance the Port Manager may, in
     his discretion, make such adjustment in allowing the re-
     fund of advance payments as may be equitable.

         SECTION 3. Section 3 of Port Ordinance No. 31 is
hereby amended to read as follows:


                             —2—
                   Section 3. Storage, commercial and rental charges,
                   except as otherwise provided, must bapaid strictly.
                   in advance. All fees for planes in transit must
                   be paid in cash. Reduction of hangar charges on ac-
                   count of storage of planes on a yearly basis will
                   be made in the twelfth month after the commencement
                   of such hangar storage following the adoption of
                   this amendment.

               SECTION 4. Items 6 te 7 inclusive of Section 1 and.
        Section la (Item 9) of said ordinance; as added by Port
        Ordinance No. 46, are hereby repealed.
                     SECTION 5. Port Ordinance No. 74 is hereby re-
        pealed.
                SECTION 6. The rates and charges herein provided
        shall be effective as of September 1st, 1930. This ordin-
        ance shall take effect immediately.
                      In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland,
                      Calif., August 29th, 1930.    Passed to
                      print for one day by the following vote:
                      Ayes: Commissioners Leet, Pardee, Pendleton,
                      Swan and President Fisher -5- Noes: None
                      Absent: None.




Adopted at a regular                meeting held S eptember 8th, 1930.
By the following Vote:
Ayes:	     Commissioners Leet, Pardee, Pendleton, Swan and President
                                                   Fisher -5-
Noes:      None
Absent: None


                                          Attest
Approved as to form and legality:

               Port Attorney
	




                                               Affidavit of Publication
                                            IN THE MATTER OF                                                  Affidavit of Publication of
                City of Oakland                                                                          An Ordinance Amending Section
               Port of Oa kland                                                                          1 ( items          1 to 5 inclusive) of

                                                                                                         Port Ordinance No. 31, etc

                      STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                          ro-O-r-roo               AMEDA

            , o lc_ A-k-T,I--S 1.-111d 1-)111.10   	                                 S	 R Irwin
              ,-e..voc1,1                    LNG of said County, being duly sworn, says:
            ;goad .
               oaci                        !.1,,111ZE
                11 1I'dx`-' autarixa aill- 'hvii.1
	,rn„ci	       , )U 13-1 5 .9_11;o-C
                            ,                          That he is and was during all the time herein                           mentioned, a white male citi-
                      l); 111 IT T pull 1:01‘'	 "                !:,)j: zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
                 3i,1,       acia
               , a3110';YEACIlld°1*E1 interested in the matter or action herein set 'forth.
                  .11
                           Ja
                         so ,)	ay t
                ,c34os ail} jo 020,X, •sansat 0,rd
                     1 li ,41,11 am flapti.01A. I.	                            That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
                 sucilu utlutoa -i4t11)(1 Jo PT?_ clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
                  Tactutp all).
                  a rt) a tu                   fd,'I siPT aa
                  a art) Mu" Sr                                         and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
                   e q4 2,31.1                                      t in.after mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
                  pa.o..1:1-11.35 -11.M.10)1 31:1u:134
                  TnJuil\i,          i).1.                          it
                                                                TIVs is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
   .., eLT s.311 PaVula -11303 WA},-,,,,t
                   aa
                                                 n_) ,,-    .
    ,,,td 40,_3_ at,,, uul al                                            'ion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
  , 1 ,311. '°°;'TI13111,,                               . T.c..9-1-:_ )1 California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
        edly perused t hese volumes
                                                                and
        under pressure of correcting gence of a general character, having,a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
     /- ni: : scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
        bons lie will be prompted to                                    scribers,
     I g enerously.	                                                    instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
             The general's part in the worl or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
        - - --'-' ..-tf ---,-"--- - , -	 Tie 11.1. inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
        oaart au, J r, 4 11"" ,CTIC1S11 r1
        1 ,111 pOO 4 1,1 1/ .y upattit iv joj 1 ulvertisements in said newspaper.
                                                       ;
                                   ~Coif
                          ,-,i-,31 . '-c l-T pvaaci ,4 -.. IT If.c11" 	1       That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                           loaf }Sala
                          P1 T1 . 111 , 3                    .''P'1'-"'tztervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California for
                           p U 290 III
                                ll            11)1103 TLC 110T11
                       ,	 doll, P')II1            ma ,rvu ail[ Iore than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                                                          n
                           ,, a so aal ‘1 %, im, 5,1i
                                                   -      ts
                          Io m_ acn.          b.,;                        nentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                          IV .,', °" I   s      .-N o ll i):31-)13.11 ,receded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                                 1-.)
          .,I r p.111 ',G S - -"Lr=, '199
                 oJ •p•au"0 OLIS, 	                'S -,[1- ‘ t t'adf7 ribin g and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                             71-13I .ri
                                      Tr ao,t
                                                adati pos	 riDoj Sctended to be given.
                                   041 ,T 1    ,,moil J o uoliut
                                   :ralitat) clot TidoT3A9p 1 That the notice_ _.A.m. Or dinance Amending Se c ti on 1 ( items
                  1 ,10 pat;

         IIII-v
                  1 3-311-/-v- -SS 'jr? "S 1SCMT a L
                     ■ '1,z).2r.1 tp i rTA ` TuATis=u,     to 5 inclusive) of Port Ordinance No. 31, etc
         op 904 opp., -1110 -q3s                                                                                  •
         „ 0„ sw .113c1sIci                    -. Shad     which the annexed   is   a printed   copy,   was published in said newspaper,
                                                     	                         1 ti ice


                                                     to-wit: from the 	        5th 	 day of 	                         September A. D 1930
                                                     to and until the	         5th	 day of	                           Sep tember A . D. 19 30,
                                                     both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                     lished, to-wit:— O n      the 5th day of September, 1930



                                                     Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                         5th day ofS 	 embeiK D. 19 3



                                                                                     Notary Public in and fo the Coanty of Alamo
                                                                                                                                                N
                                                                                                                                      State of California
                            p
                   2 FORM Ar v.-50 2M 10-29 7228
                       BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                             CITY OF OAKLAND

                                    PORT ORDINANCE NO. 99
Introduced by	                                        Seconded by

                             AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTIONS 2,
                             5.1, 3.05, 1.7 and 7.9 OF PORT
                             ORDINANCE NO. 8.


                     BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commis-
           sioners of the City of Oakland, as follows:
                     SECTION 1. Sections 2, 5.1, 3.05, 1.7 and
           7.9 of Port Ordinance No. 8 are hereby amended to read
           as follows:
                        Section 2  Accountant, $300 per month.
                  Section 5.1 -- Airport Field Superintendent,
                                   $275 per month.
                  Section 3.05 -- Advertising Representative,
                                   $250 per month.
                  Section 1.7 -- Purchasing Clerk, $175 per
                                   month
                  Section 7.9      Waterfront Foreman, $250 per
                                   month.
                     SECTION 2. This ordinance is to become effective
           September 1st, 1930.
                    In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, Calif.,
                   August 18th, 1930. Passed to print for one
                   day by the following Vote: Ayes: Commissioners
                   Leet, Pardee, Pendleton, Swan and President Fisher -5-
                   Noes: None. Absent: None.

Aclutedat a                         meeting held
By the folin	         ote:
Ayes:
Noes:
Absent:


                                           Attest 	
                                                                               Secretary.
Approved as to form and legality:

                 Port Attorney
                                                            By the following Vote:
                                                            Ayes: None Noes : C oniratss onces
                                           of fine          Leet, Pardee, Pendleton, Swan
                                                        -7 and President Fisher –5– -
	




                                                       Affidavit of Publicadon
                                                  IN THE MATTER OF                                                Affidavit of Publication of

      City of Oakland.                                                                                     An Ordinance Amending Sections
      Port of Oakland                                                                                             5.1, 3.05, 1.7 and 7.9 of
                                                                                                           Port Ordinance No. 8

                    STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                                                                             SS.
                         COUNTY OF ALAMEDA
                                                                                                      S R Irwin
                                                                  f said County, being duly sworn, says:
                                                                       That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
                             ID v
                                                                 zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
                                                                 interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
                                 1 0 1c D-1 as lot-
                             ALt u ■ nita111, 2,=auo                   That he is now and at all- times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
                               111,D1 11, 1-7,1t3	               clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
                                    11, Dtie1111
                                         t,Int.             p-   and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
                                       ,1 11,31 11
                                                            1,
                                                  t	
                                                                 inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
                                           ort1 Pral
                                       11
                                       fil3111,        1.
                                                                 is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
                                       )Lernb,	         1,1
                                                                 tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
                                                                 of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and irztelli-
                                        or/e clay be
                   -t,   P.1 1 ciee,                             gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
              1	                   le/DlaDL
                                 1lL
                  Al,,i_111- Non,	                               scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                       11	 11-11:11_1.11DT,
    e, Din	     Board uf I'Drt ColDrni ,:-	                      instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                                                 or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                                                 inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                                                 advertisements in said newspaper.
                                                                       That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                                                 intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                                                 more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                                                 mentioned; that said notice was set in type, not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                                                 preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                                                 scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                                                 intended to be given.
                                                                               An Ordinance Amending Sections 2, 5.1,
                                                                      That the notice
                                                                 3.05, 1.7 and 7.9 of port.Ordinance No. 8
                                                                 of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                                                        1 time
                                                                 to-wit: from the 	     21-St 	         day of	       AngliSt	                30
                                                                                                                                       A. D. 19 	 ,
                                                                 to and until the 	     21st 	 day of 	               August	          A. D. 19   30


                                                                 both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                                 lished, to-wit :—    On the 21st day of August, 1930



                                                                 Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                                 21st        day of AlAgu-St A. D. 1930




          er9,.2 FORM ADV.-50            2M 10-29 7228
                                   BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                                         CITY OF OAKLAND

                                            PORT ORDINANCE NO.           98

%,(<---	   Introduced by	                                  Seconded by
                                     AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ITEM NO. 285
                                     OF PORT ORDINANCE NO. 60 AND ADDING
                                     ITEMS 288 and 311 THERETO.


                                      BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
                      of the City of Oakland as follows:
                               SECTION 1. Item No. 285 of Port Ordinance No. 60
                      is hereby amended and Items No. 288 and No. 311 are hereby
                      added to said ordinance, all to read as follows:
                                          VI SERVICE CHARGES
                      Item No.                (Commodity)                 Cents
                       285 - All cargo N.O.S.                              35
                       288 - Molasses, in bulk, ex vessel direct
                                   to cars or barge	                       20
                       311 - Oil, in bulk, ex vessel direct to
                                   ears                                    20
                                SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect
                       as of August 11th, 1930.
                              In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, Calif.,
                              August 11th, 1930. Passed to print for one day
                              by the following Vote: Ayes: Commissioners
                              Leet, Pardee, Pendleton, Swan and President Fisher-5-
                              Noes: None. Absent: None.


           Adopted at a	           regular meeting held August 18th, 1930.
           By the following Vote:
           Ayes:            Commissioners Leet, Pardee, Pendleton, Swan and
                                                        President Fisher -5-
           Noes:            None
           Absent:          None

                                                                                President.
                                                  Attest
                                                                                Secretary.
                                     Lffidavit of Public tion
                                 IN THE MATTER OF                                                A fiidavit of Publication of

       City o f Oakland                                                                     An Ordinance Amending
       Port of Oakland                                                                      Item No. 285 of Port Ordi–
                                                                                            nance No. 60 and. Adding items
                                                                                            288 and 311 thereto
               STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                                                         SS .
                 COUNTY OF ALAMEDA 	

          PORT ORDINANCE NO.	         	                                               R Irwin. 	
    AN ONO. 	 NANCE AMENDINIG 	       o said County, being duly sworn, says:
            RI2 55
T TIIIM	D 60 AND ADDING ITEMS
                        OF PORT OF1D-
NANCE NO.
255 AND 211 THERETO.	                         That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
    BE IT ORDAINED by, the Board
of Port Commissioners of the City       Zen	
of 0a.l, an ..s o _ —	                          the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
    SECTION 1. Dern No. 285 of Port
Ordinance No. 60 ishereby amended 	
and Items No. 268 and No. 311 are
                                        interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
her eby added to said ordinance,
 tor    ead as follows .	
          VI—SERYTCECEARGEY'
                                              That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
Item No.	          <Commodity)	         clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
     285 Ali cargo N. O. S.
     285 Molasses, in 11 , <-0
             vessel dired't	            and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
             or barge .
     311 Oil, in hu'	
             direct
                                        inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
     SECTION 2. v>	                     is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
 taIze effect tl>
      n oar '
 OaIhlaBnd,	                            tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
 Passed to
 Orr Legit.
           ,
 following 5"8, '	                      of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and itztelli-
    nd Preside:2V
 1	•;o.	       s
      n	 e Absent	
                                        g ence of a general character having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                    fP
         Se„seta,.,-. 18,               scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                 al -Aug. instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                            or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                            inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                            advertisements in said newspaper.
                                                 That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                            intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                            more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                            mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                            preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                            scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                            intended to be given.
                                                         An Ordinance Amending Item No. 285 of Port
                                                 That the notice
                                            Ordinance No. 60 and Adding Items 288 and 311 thereto
                                            of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                                   1 time-
                                            to-wit: from the 	     15th 	 day of	                        August	 4. D. 19 30
                                            to and until the 	     15th 	 day of	                        August 	 A. D 19 30
                                            both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                            lished, to-wit:—.__On...the___15tb,     day	     of   —August, 1930


                                            Subscribed and sworn to before me this)
                                            15th day o f AugustA . D . 19305


                                                                        Notary Public in and for th e	       Alameda, State of California
           ,2 FORM Fov.-50 251 10-29 7229
                      BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                            CITY OF OAKLAND

                                    PORT ORDINANCE NO. 97
Introduced by 	                                 Seconded by

                         AN ORDINANCE MENDING SECTION 3.37
                         OF PORT ORDINANCE NO, 8.



                    BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissiomrs
           of the City of Oakland, as follows:
                    SECTION 1. Section Z.37 of Port Ordinance No. 8
           is hereby amended to read as follows:
                         Section 3.37--Telephone Operator and
                           Clerk, $120.00 per month.
                         SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect imme-
           diately.

                  In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, Calif.,
                  July 28th, 1930. Passed to print for one day
                  by the following Vote: Ayes:     Commissioners
                  Pardee, Pendleton and Swan, President pro tern -3-
                  Noes: None Absent: Commissioner Leet and Pres-
                  ident Fisher -2-




At	       a regular          meeting held August 4, 1930
Passed by the following Vote:
Ayes:	       Commissioners Pardee, Pendleton, Swan and Vice-President Leet -4-
Noes:	       None
Absent: President Fisher -1-



                                                                   Secretary.
Approved as to form and legality:
	




                                       Affidavit of Publication
                                    IN THE MATTER OF                                                 Affidavit of Publication of
    - City of Oakland.                                                                         An Ordinance Amending Sec-
     Port of	              Oakland	                                                            tion 3.37 of Port Ordinance

                                                                                               No. 8


              STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                                                           SS.
                   COUNTY OF ALAMEDA.
                                                                                  S R Irwin
            1.,,Icr otiolEVANCEI rkTO.	
            • . ■i! k NANCE AMENDING SEC-
    T ' :.: ; OF POET OliDINANC,E f said County, being duly sivOrn, says:
                  I' ORDAF:•TED b 'y the Poard     CitY        That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
    of rt., t Curnmissioners of the
    ,c, Oakland, as folio-Ws: 3.37 of Port 'en of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
         SECTION1. Section
    tr,dinance No. S is hereby aniend '
    toSection 3.37—Telephone Operat,r nterested in the matter or action herein set forth.
          read as follow,:
                          120 P,r -,,,,,n rh -
    itnd. Clerlt.	 2. This ordloance :,1111.11. 	
         SECTION
     take effect trometrately,
                                                               That he is now and at . all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
         In Board of Port (2011111lissionerS.. lerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
               ,ad, Cola., .luly 2Sth, 1930..
           ' ' .1 to print for one day by the
                                               rolS,10I-1 -
             . it'ardoe, Pendleton and Swan, qd printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
                •irl,,,- VW,: A ye.s—Com
      e	
      ryes:dent pro tenl--.', Noes---None. after mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
      Absent—CononIssioner Iteet
     'President Fisher-2. 11.PGAIIDT. _ defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
                                                    •


            , Secre'tart, Board of Port C
                  nais6ioner,	                              m, is printed and published in the City of Oakland County of Alameda, State
                          61-Aug. 1.11..
                           ...
                                             of ,California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
                                             gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                                             scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                             instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                             or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings; races or denom-
                                             inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                             advertisements in said newspaper.
                                                  That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                             intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                             more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                             mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                             preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                             scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                             intended to be given.
                                                    That the notice_ An ..Ordi_nance __Amend ing__See. ti on 3.37 of
                                                 Port Ordinance No. 8
                                                 of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                             	                           time 	
                                             to-wit: from the 	      1st	     day of 	                      August 	 A. D. fO30
                                             to and until the 	      l$t 	 day of	                          August 	A. D. 1930
                                             both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                             	   On the 1st day of August, 1930
                                             lished, to-wit:




                                             Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                 1st	     day of...Augu_st A. D. 19_30



                                                                           Notary Public in and for the Cc,..ity of Al,. 	   'a, State of California
            2 FORM Aov.-50 21,4 i0-29 7228
                              BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                                    CITY OF OAKLAND

                                           PORT ORDINANCE NO. 96
)4 4-'7 Introduced by                                    Seconded by
441

                                  AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ITEM NO. 195 OF
                                  PORT ORDINANCE NO. 60.



                             BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
                     of the City of Oakland as follows:
                            SECTION 1. Item numbered 195 of Port Ordinance
                    No. 60 is hereby amended to read as follows:
                                                V. MISCELLANEOUS CHARGES.
                     Item No. 195-DOCK EQUIPMENT. Dock equipment at risk of
                                  users may be furnished by the Board, at its
                                  convenience, at the following rates rer horn-
                                  or fraction thereof:
                                            2-wheel cargo trucks        t0.02 each'
                                            4-wheel cargo trucks        00.03 each
                                            Gravity Conveyers           q't) 002 per ft.
                                            Dock autos, with drivers    9 *
                                                                        X 1.50 each
                                            Electric piling machines,
                                               exclusive of operator    $0.75 each
                             SECTION 2. This Ordinance shall be effective
                     immediately.
                       In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, Calif.,
                      July 21, 1930. Passed to print for one day by
                       the following vote: Ayes: Commissioners Pardee,
                      Pendleton, Swan and President Fisher -4- Noes:
                      None Absent: Commissioner Leet -1-
       Adopted at a regular    meeting held July 28th, 193 0.
       By the following Vote:
       Ayes:        Commissioners Pardee, Pendleton and Swan, President pro tem -3-
       Noes:         None
       Absent:       Commissioner Lest and President Fisher -2-

                                                                                 Presid ent.
                                                                                 pro tem
                                                Attest
                                                                                 Secretary.
       Approved as to form and legality:
                            e-
                        Port Attorney
                                   Affidavit of Publicatlo
                                IN THE MATTER OF                                               Affidavit of Publication of

City of Oakland                                                                          An Ordinance Amending

Port of Oakland                                                                          Item No. 195 of Port
                                                                                         Ordinance No. 60

     STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                                                     SS.
         COUNTY OF ALAMEDA
                                                                               S_It. Irwin
                                        of said County, being duly sworn, says:
                 by tI                        That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
                    of th,

                                        zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
                   • fi   is   3.3,1,
                                        interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
                                              That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
                                        clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
                                        and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
                                        inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
                                        is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
                                        tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
                                        of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
                                        gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                                        scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                        instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                        or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                        inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                        advertisements in said newspaper.
                                              That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                        intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                        more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                        mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                        preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                        scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                        intended to be given.
                                              Th        An Ordinance Amending Item No. 195 of
                                                   th noti
                                              That the notice
                                         port Ordinance No. 60
                                        of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                                   1 time
                                        to-wit: from the 	         24th 	 day of 	                  July	                A. D.    19    30 ,
                                        to and until the	 	            24th      day of	            July 	A. D. 19                      30 ,
                                        both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                        lished, to-wit:—      On the 24th day of July, 1930



                                        Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                         24th       day of    Ju. ly
                                                                .       A. D. 19 - 3p



                                                                        Notary Public in and for the County of Alameda, State of California
e<B>2 FORM   ADV.-50 2M 10-29 7228
                                                                                My Commission     Expires Oc+oAEr .30, 1933
                    BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                               CITY OF OAKLAND


                              PORT ORDINANCE NO. 95
Introduced by 	                             Seconded by


                         AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ITEM NO. 980 OF
                         PORT ORDINANCE NO. 60.


                      BE IT ORDAINED by the Port Commissioners of
              the City of Oakland as follows:
                      SECTION 1. Item numbered 980 of Port Ordinance
              No. 60 is hereby amended to read as follows:
                                       XI – LOADING
                         	
              Item No.                (Commodity)                   Cents
              980    IRON AND STERT,:
                     Iron & Steel, N.O.S.	                           52
                     Bars, not greased                               52
                     Bars, greased                                   75
                     Fittings, pipe, wrought iron, in containers     52
                     Fittings, pipe, wrought iron, in bundles or
                                                             loose 75
                     Grinding Balls, in bulk, direct to open cars 17
                     Hoop, N.O.S.                                    52
                     Hoop, direct to box cars                        45
                     Lath, metal                                    110
                     Pig Iron                                        52
                     Pig Iron, direct to gondola cars                17
                     Pipe, direct to open cars                       40
                     Pipe, ex dock to cars,including gondola ears 70
                     Pipe, ex dock to trucks                         40
                     Plate, to box or flat cars                      60
                     Plate, direct to open cars                      40
                     Rails, elevator                                100
                     Rails, elevator, direct to open cars            40
                     Rods, bent                                      85
                     Shaftings                                       75
                     Sheet, in bundles                               45
                     Sheet, loose                                    52
                     Steel, direct to open cars                      40
                     Steel, large, over 500 lbs.,Min.520 per tonCP 20
                     Steel, structural, direct to open cars          40
                     Steel, structural, over 500 lbs., from dock,
                          min. 520- per ton                       CP 20
                     Tubes, boiler                                  100
                     Tubes, boiler, direct to open ears              40
                     Wire, in coils                                  52
                     Wire, barbed                                    60
                     Wire, in coils, direct to open cars             40
                     Wire, on reels, not over 4000# per package      52
                     Wire, on reels, over 4000# per package
                          Min. 520 per ton                        CP 20
                     Wire, in rolls, reinforcing concrete            83
                     Wire, in rolls, poultry fencing, etc.           83
                     SECTION 2. This Ordinance shall be effective
             from and after July 14th, 1930.




                                     In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland,
                                     Calif., July 14, 1930. Passed to print
                                     for one day by the following vote:    Ayes:
                                     Commissioners Pardee, Pendleton, Swan and
                                     President Fisher        Noes: None. Ab-
                                     sent:   Commissioner Lest -1-




Adopted at a regular 	              meeting held July 21, 1930.
By the following Vote:
Ayes:	      Commissioners Pardee, Pendleton, Swan and. President Fisher -4-
Noes:	      None
Absent:	    Commissioner Leet -1-

                                                                          President.
                                          Attest	
                                                                          Secretary.
Approved as to form and legality:

                   rt Attorney
                                                    AffidavitofPublication
                                                IN THE MATTER OF                                           Affidavit of Publication of

    _Clty                                           of     Oakland                                  An_ardinanee___Atne.nding_..Item
    _Port_of_D4kland,                                                                               zo„..9.80_ ot Port Ordinance
                                                                                                      NV'. 60

              STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                         COUNTY OF ALAMEDA
                                                                                           $ R Irwin
                                         No. 9s
N .1111111 1. N4'1 ; 5 11 1 1 DING ITEM
                 .
                                                     of said County, being duly sworn, says: -
NO. 11011 111' P01('1 ORDINANCE,
                              1

                   O. 041
                             bythe Port                    That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
                     ..' L e City of Oak-
                                                     zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
                    ' numbered 920 of
                     4.. 119 is hereby
                d follow :
                          -

                                          s
                                                     interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
                I,OAD1NG
             .44,1drnodity)	
                 STEEL,
                                     Cents                 That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
                                                     clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
                                                     and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
                                                     inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
                                                     is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
                                                     tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
                                                     of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
                                                     gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                                                     scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                                     instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                                     or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                                     inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                                     advertisements in said newspaper.
                                                           That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                                     intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                                     more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                                     mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                                     preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                                     scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                                     intended to be given.
                                    h: II
                    and after July
                     cc
                                  -din   ancc   p

                                                            An_ Ordinance Amending Item No. 980 of
                                                           That the notice 	
               Port Commissioners,
               Ju y 14, 1030. Passed
                     r

                nny by the follow-
                 ornmissioners Paf-
                                                      Port Ordinance No. 60
                 • an a it Ci Prusidenl
                 ene. Absent: Cum-                    of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                                               1 time
                                                      to-wit: from the	        lath 	           day of 	          July	         A. D  19 30
                                                      to and until the	        18.th	       day of	               July	         A. D. 19 30
                                                      both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                      lished, to-wit:—    On the 18th day Of July-, 19 30



                                                      Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                      ___Ieth___day of...July	     A. D. 19-30-



                                                                                   Notary Public in and for the Cou
        .
      ce.XM21/2 901.A a0V.-50 21A 10-29 7228
                             BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                                   CITY OF OAKLAND

                                           PORT ORDINANCE No.             94

       Introduced by 	                                        Seconded by
qr'\
                                   AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 3.41 OF
                                   PORT ORDINANCE NO. 8 AND ADDING SECTIONS
                                   3.42 AND 3.47 TO SAID ORDINANCE.



                                 BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
                         of the City of Oakland as follows:
                                 SECTION 1, Section 3.41 of Port Ordinance No. 8
                         is hereby amended to read as follows:
                                   Section 3.41--Assistant Terminal Superintendent,
                                         175.00 per month.
                                 SECTION 2. The following Sections are hereby
                         added to said Ordinance, and the positions therein namea6
                         are created and the salaries designated as follows, to-wit:
                                   Section 3.42--Permit Man, $160.00 per month.
                                   Section 3.47--Car Man, $160.00 per month.
                                  SECTION 3. This Ordinance shall be effective on
                         August 1, 1930.
                            In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, Calif., July
                            14, 1930. Passed to print for one day by the follow-
                             ing vote:   Ayes:   Commissioners Pardee, Pendleton, Swan
                            and President Fisher -4- Noes: None. Absent: Commis-
                             sioner Leet -1-
       At	      a regular	                 meeting held July 23., 1930.
       Passed by the following Vote:
       Ayes:	      Commissioners Pardee, Pendleton, Swan nd President Fisher -4-
       Noes:      None

       Absent: Commissioner Leet -1--
                                                              /
                                                                                   President.
                                                   Attest 	
                                                                                   Secretary.
       Approved as to form and legality:


                                Port Attorney.
                                   Affidavit of Publication
                                IN THE MATTER OF                                                  Affidavit of Publication of

  City. of Oakland	                                                                         Ordinance Amending Section
  port of Oakland                                                                           3.41 of _Port Ordinance No. 8



        STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                                                           SS.
                 COUNTY OF ALAMEDA
                                                                                  S R Irwin
                                 Sint3-       of said County, being duly sworn, says:
                                          •
         ;111	        OCT/ ONS 8.42
                                    r
                          tbi li g a,-;
                                                  That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi
                  SICI'S of tho C           zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
                                            interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
                   • osistant Terminal            That he is now and at	       times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
                 .$ 1 75.ou per month.	
              y rittbdedern. en	         . clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
            lhe positions th,rein
         orented and the saiati,s and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
         s., follows, to-svit:
                                   . 1-6a." in-after mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
            —Car Ma" ' '160-00	             is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
          3. This Ordinance shall
          on August 1, 1S:10.	              tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
               Po 	 Commissioners,
                                 f.LA sal' of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and
      - Ayes: Commissionrur-
                          ai1,1	
                                    sP
                                     ,ident gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
  en	
        Noss: Norm. Alo-h-h1: COM-
  n gr    eor-1.	                           scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
 G. El. 11:ECLAT:D1, Secretat
Board f I"o p t; CotoplissionTE.            instruction of a particular class, profession trade, calling race or denomination
                                            or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                            inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                            advertisements in said newspaper.
                                                  That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                            intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                            more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                            mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                            preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                            scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                            intended to be given.
                                                             Ordinance Amending Section 3.41 of
                                                   That the notice
                                              Port Ordinance No. 8
                                              of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                                        1 -Mute	
                                              to-wit: from the 	        18th-day            of	          	      	        A. D. 19 30 ,
                                              to and until the 	        18th day of	                    July	             A. D. 19. 30 ,
                                              both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                              	   On the 18th day of July, 1930
                                              lished, to-nit:




                                              Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                              _lath	      day of	        A. D. 19_30_



                                                                         Notary Public in and for the C:o y of Alamo 	   State of Cal ornia
         F09P.4 90V.-00 2M 10-29 7228
                      BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                            CITY OF OAKLAND

                                    PORT ORDINANCE NO. 93
                 	                                           Seconded by
I ntroduced by
                         AN ORDINANCE AMENDING. SECTION 3.11 OF
                         PORT ORDINANCE NO. 8.
                                                         •




                       BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commis-
             sioners of the City of Oakland, as follows:
                       SECTION 1. Section 3.11 of Port Ordinance No.
             8 is hereby amended to read as follows:
                            Section 3.11-- Two Traffic Representatives,
                              $225.00 per month each.
                       SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect
             July 16th, 1930, at noon.



                                    In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, Calif.,
                                    July '7, 1930. Passed to print for one day
                                    by the following Vote: Ayes: Commissioners
                                    Pardee, Pendleton, Swan and President Fisher -4-
                                    Noes: None. Absent: Commissioner Leet -1-




At a regular                        meeting held	       July 14; 1930.
Passed by the following Vote:
Ayes:	    Commissioners Pardee, Pendleton, Swan and President F her -4-
Noes:	     None
Absent: Commissioner Lest -1-


                                              Attest-
                                                                           Secretary.
Approved as to form and legality:

                     r
                         Port Attorney.
	




                                         Affidavit of ublication
                                      IN THE MATTER OF                                                    Affidavit of Publication of

     _01 ___ of Oakland                                                                               Ordinance Amending Section
      Port of' Oakland                                                                                3.11 of Port Ordinance
                                                                                                     .N_a_                          8

                 STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                     COUNTY OF ALAMEDA
                                                 	S            R               Irwin	
    ; . 011.1r On.MNA:NCE: No. OS
         ORDINANCE AMIINDINC.;                   of said County, being duly sworn, says:
         7-)N :3 . 11 fri,` PORT ORDI-.
                               by	    e Board
                           rat , at tile
                                                       That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
                      •   lien   9.11 of Pert.   zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
                            hereby a/ii ended    interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
                       /. ice Traf tie }tepee-
                           pca- no p                   That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
                      This ordinance shall
                     y 16th, .1930 . at noon.
                      Port. Commissioners,       clerk- of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
                      .7015 7, -1030. Passed
                     e day by the follow-
                     -CD rum issioners Par-
                                                 and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
                    , Swan. and President
                  Roes—None. Absent.—            inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
             ; aer. Legit-1.
                             ISECi ARDT,
    Secretary Board of Port Corn -
                                                 is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
      iSSiOn                                     tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
               9-3   - 94(1 t.)
                                                 of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
                                                 gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                                                 scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                                 instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                                 or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                                 inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                                 advertisements in said newspaper.
                                                       That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                                 intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                                 more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                                 mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                                 preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                                 scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                                 intended to be given.
                                                             Ordinance Amending Section 3.11 of
                                                         That the notice
                                                        rt Ordinance No. 8
                                                     of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                 	                                     tithe
                                                 to-wit: from the	 	             9th             day of        July 	 A. D. 19 30
                                                 to and until the 	              9th 	 day of	                 July 	 A. D. 193°
                                                     both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                     lished, to-wit:—	       On_ the 9th_ day__ _9_' July_, 1930



                                                 Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                 9th 	         day of..__	         __A. D. 110._


                                                                                   Notary Public in and for	            ameda, State of California
       cRIMO,Z FORM ADV.-50 2M 10-29 7226
                BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                      CITY OF OAKLAND

                         PORT ORDINANCE No. 92
Introduced by                         Seconded by	   .
                  AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE GIVING
                  OF NOTICE TO THE PARR TERMINAL COMPANY,
                  A CORPORATION, OF THE INTENTION OF THE
                  CITY OF OAKLAND TO PARTIALLY TERMINATE
                  ITS LEASEHOLD AND TO RETAKE PORTIONS
                  THEREOF; AND DETERMINING THAT SUCH POR-
                  TIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR PUBLIC USE.



                  BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
         of the City of Oakland, as follows:
                  WHERRAS, that certain lease held by the Parr Terminal
         Company, a corporation, with the City of Oakland under date of
         June 15th, 1918, as approved by the Superior Court of the County
         of Alameda, State of California, on December 6th, 1921 in the
         action entitled "Parr Terminal Company, a corporation, plaintiff
         vs. City of Oakland, a municipal corporation, defendant". Case
         No. 65,475, provides that the leased premises thereof shall at
         all times be subject to the requirements of public use and
         that the City of Oakland may retake possession of said premises,
         or any portion or portions thereof, and terminate the said lease
         in connection therewith upon giving to the lessee at least one
         year's written advance notice of its intention to so partially
         terminate the said lease, in which event the lessee shall,
         upon the expiration of such time and upon the lessor making
         the payments, as provided for in said lease, immediately quit
         and surrender possession of the same, and
                   WHEREAS, the herein described portions of said
        leased premises, and each and all of said portions, are now
        and will hereafter be required for public use in connection
        with the development of the port of the City of Oakland and
        the promotion and accommodation of commerce and navigation,
        and are deemed necessary by the lessor for such public and
        municipal purposes and uses, and all things considered, now
        therefore,
                   SECTION 1. It is hereby found and determined that
        all of that portion of that certain area designated as "Parcel
        No. 1" in said lease, which lies westwardly from a line drawn
        parallel to and distant westwardly 1015 feet (measured at
        right angles) from the easterly boundary line of said lease
and the southwesterly production of said line, together with
all appurtenances thereof and all rights incidental thereto,
are and the same is hereby required for public use, and the
lessor hereby declares its intention to retake and reacquire
the said described portion of Parcel No. 1, together with all
said rights and appurtenances and to so partially terminate
the said lease, all as in said lease provided.
          SECTION 2. It is hereby found and determined that all
of that p ortion of that certain area designated as "Parcel No.
2" in said lease which lies westwardly from a line drawn parallel
to and distant westwardly 1015 feet (measured at right angles)
from the easterly boundary line of said lease, together with all
appurtenances thereof and all rights incidental thereto, are and
the same is hereby required for public use, and the lessor here-
by declares its intention to retake and reacquire the said de-
scribed portion of Parcel No. 2, together with all said rights
and appurtenances, and to so partially terminate the said lease,
all as in said lease provided.
          SECTION 3. It is hereby found and determined that all
of that portion of that certain area designated as "Parcel No.1"
in said lease which lies between two lines drawn parallel to and
distant respectively 535 feet and 1015 feet westwardly (meas-
ured at right angles) from the easterly boundary line of said
lease and the southwesterly production of said line, together
with all appurtenances thereof and all rights incidental thereto,
are and the same is hereby required for public use, and the les-
sor hereby declares its intention to retake and reacquire the
said described portion of Parcel No. 1, together with all said
rights and appurtenances, and to so partially terminate the said
lease, all as in said lease provided.
          SECTION 4. It is hereby found and determined that
all of that portion of that certain area designated in paragraph
/Timbered 38 of said lease as a permanent public entrance to the
leased premises from the adjoining lands owned by the lessor,
together with all appurtenances thereof and all rights incidental
thereto, are and the same is hereby required for public use, and
the lessor hereby declares its intention to retake and reacquire'
the said described portion, together with said rights and appur-
tenances, and to so partially terminate the said lease, all as
in said lease provided.
         SECTION 5. It is hereby found and determined that each
and all of the aforesaid described portions of said leasehold
premises, and all appurtenances thereof and all rights incidental
thereto, including the right to charge, collect and retain any
and all dockage and tolls and other earnings and revenue arising
out of or connected therewith are required for public use and
for the development of the port of the City of Oakland and for.
the promotion and accommodation of commerce and navigation, as
hereinabove set forth.
                 SECTION 6. That the lessor hereby declares its intention
         to partially terminate the said lease as therein set forth and
         to retake and reacquire for public use each andall of the said
         portions of said leasehold premises, and the whole of said por-
         tions, at the end of a period of one year from the time of the
         notice hereinafter provided for.
                  SECTION 7. That the lessor, furthermore, hereby deems
         that the said described portions of said leased premises, to.,
         gether with all appurtenances thereof and all rights incidental
         thereto as aforesaid, and each and all of them, are necessary for
         Such public and municipal purposes and uses and the lessor here-
         by declares its intention to exercise its reservations in respect
         to the same and to take the same over at the ex p iration of the
         year's notice next herein provided for.
                  SECTION 8. That a certified copy or copies of this
         ordinance shall be forthwith served upon the said lessee and/or
         posted in a conspicuous place upon the said premises, and mailed,
         on the same day as said posting, addressed to the said ]see at
         its last known-address, as a written, advance notice of the les-
         sor's intention to partially terminate said lease as to the said
         described portions of said leased premises, and to retake the
         said portions of said leased premises, and each of said portions,
         and all appurtenances thereof and rights incidental thereto, as
         is provided in said lease at the expiration of one (1) year from
         the service of such notice.
                     SECTION 9. This ordinance shall take effect immediately.
                      In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, Calif.,
                      June 23rd, 1930. Passed to print for one day
                      by the following Vote: Ayes: Commissioners
                      Leet, Pardee, Swan and President Fisher -4- Noes:
                      None. Absent: Commissioner Pendleton -1-

Adopted at a regular                meeting held	    June 30th, 1930.
By the following Vote:
Ayes:	     Commissioners Pardee, Pendleton, Swan and PresidentFisher —4—
Noes:	  None
Absent: Commissioner Leet -1-

                                                                        President.
                                           Attest	
                                                                        Secretary.
Approved as to form and legality:

               Port Attorney
	




                                                         Affidavit of Publication
                                                    IN THE MATTER OF                                                    Affidavit of Publication of

             City of               Oakland.                                                                           An Ordinance_ Providing_for

             Port of Oakland                                                                                      '   the giving of notice to
                                                                                                              •       The   :arr   Terminal Company,



                                                                                                                      etc
                         STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                                                                              is SS.
                                COUNTY OF ALAMEDA	
                                               	                                                        S R                 Irwin
                            ,
            AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING , of said County, being duly suörn, says:
          voltT 011.DINANCIL.                  	!
                      rI Di,' GIVING- 00' NOTICE TO;
                                   TEtz.alINAI, COT_IPANY,
                  ,,I. /_)RATION, THE INT-Mg- I	                    That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
               ,:-., , ■r: THE CYOP0-, RDAND I zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
                                         IT PO
             ■ i , ,'■ =TALLY TE,F2,11NATE ITS
                           101_,D AND TO itiTAIE
               ■,,, I . ,NS TPIEN.E0F: AND T.)E-              interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
                       IiiiNG TIE,T SCCIT POE-
    ii ot ',_ o said portione of spar ,                             That he is now and at all times hereinafter 'mentioned, was -the principal
    easell,,i,i premises, and the whole
    ,f eal,, ,,,,rtIons, at the end of S., d : clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
    ■eriod ,,,,-: one year from the time,Of 	
    119 notice hereinafter provided fjer• ' and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, whichw                               as during all the time here-
        SECTION 7. That the lesspr,,;V                     ;e
    UTtli,rni or e, hereby deems that the ,,,, inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
     a	                    gibed Portions of said .-
    • ;	             o, , e 1-111.es, together "with+ all	 ,	  •
                       .711CeS thereof and all
    im , oc; 1. I thereto as aforesaid, trod
                                                              ts defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
    .a h ,■1 all of them, are neCee-	
     a                  ,I1C/3 public and municipal
                                                              tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
                          and uses and the lessor I',         of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
      erot,y /are its intentlim to eX-
     01	                  reservations in respect to
    be	                  P.nr1 to take the same Over          gence of a general character, 'having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
     t I	                   iration of the year's no-
    te, my, herein provided for,                              scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                    That a certified copy
    3 cold, ,• of this ordinance shall be                     instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
    arl	           1;-11 served upon the said
                        I (or Posted in a consplcu-
     u na , c upon the said premises,
             I                                                or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                    ,,,1, on the same day as said
     073,3 . :eg, Ile!dressed to the 43alit /eases
     t I	            I t known address, as a
                                                              inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                       ft, Ivan e e notice of the les-
           ii
      m'a tn . e el, ion to partially terminate               advertisements in said newspaper.
    aid as to the said. descripecl
     siC‘," Bald leased premises, land                              That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
    3 7 el377.             Lhe said portions of said
                            alises, and each of said
       o	
                            and all appurtenances
                       ii rig-hts incidental there-
                                                              intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
          e 3	
                   0s provided in said lease; at              more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                   of one (1)
                        , ionEach notice•year from
                             of
      S!:■ "r',,              9_ This ordinance ehalftga::     mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
     tie e7 e . fl, ,17 immediately.
      17, 1 7. a 7 ,1 of Port Conunissicair,-) 1101           preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                    June 23rd, I 9,
                               rr,-/t. for ono 11
     ilia,	 in 3. vi-7 . e . . Ayes—Co'" ,; Xrputil -cud
      •                                                        scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
           I.e, 1 , I' d	Swan„
               1	 1-                                           intended to be given.
                                                                                                 Ordinance Providing for the giving
                                           posed 4o3rad-t3
       ere 7371,3', 13773313              ssauTrAt.	  poomr.,       That the notice.. An
                '72 -           Sucas . ea atrl RIOT
     . 3,1- 3 „lei [131001103                -raojaad	                                 Tarr Terminal Company_, etc
                   4.san09..1 amj O a3r4-,i)uati
       eq; '900111 qa.zu                                    of which the annexed 'is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
    ,.)cm jutiola•Saj-o.xd ‘A4runtutuo p at..
    100 000 fir SILLL          -n4 5 -100110t21 	                                    time   1
          -8Z61         u.01; airr	   1_13i,1 0-----UOil PI
    snoj uT posies
     qtauz pazlovl axe
                                     .aorl-;aa 0 1 14 J 1 to-wit: from the 	     213th 	          day of	       thane 	      A. D. 19 ZO ,
    IT `.sci..1,..0 'atrial3w  8-114'31304 Ll III 5.11
     puts saaarjjo Eq ,Cr_p413npoad air to and until the 	                                  28th	
                                                                                               day of 	      - June 	 A. D. 19 30 ,
        re...latrae-aopulz sr la .-+_‘.0.1.1outo
         000Ld
     :14 pi) 506131313(1-aS
                            04
                                 upaalsa S pooetli both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                .-.1.130 -1-1C—C117UCI :1-1   roc,
                                                                     lished, to-wit:---__On.._th.e..2.8th..tlay_..Of        __June., I90


                                                                     Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                                     28th day of June A. D. 19 3C


                                                                                                                                     AlamedaNtate of California
                .4ria347.2 FORM ADV.-50 2m 10-29 7228
                       BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                             CITY OF OAKLAND

                                    PORT ORDINANCE NO.            91
Introduced by                                       Seconded by

                        AN ORDINANCE ADDING- SECTION 3.12 TO
                        PORT ORDINANCE NO. 8.



                    BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
          of the City of Oakland as follows:
                     SECTION 1. Section 3.12 is hereby added to Port
          Ordinance No. 8 to read as follows:
                            Section 3.12--Traffic Representative, 175.00
                                     per month.
                          SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect imme-
          diately.



                               In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland,
                               Calif., Tune 23rd, 1930. Passed to
                               print for one day by the following Vote:
                               Ayes: Commissioners Leet, Pardee, Swan
                               and President Fisher -4- Noes: None.
                               Absent: Commissioner Pendleton-1-




Adopted at a regular                meeting held	   June 30th, 1930.
By the following Vote:
Ayes:       Commissioners Pardee, Pendleton, Swan and President Fisher —4—
Noes:	      None
Absent: Commissioner Leet -1-



                                           Attest
Approved as to form and legality:
                 	 -e__
               Port Attorney
                                    Affidavit of Publication
                                 IN THE MATTER OF                                                Affidavit of Publication of

      City of Oakland.                                                                      An Ordinance _Adding Seoti on
     Port of Oakland                                                                        3.12 to Port Ordinance No. 8



             STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                                                     s SS.
                       Trr.T rry (Iv T.A.MEDA	
; Port r r ortniNANCii ,: No. -	
   AN Ci.R.DINANCI: ADO/Ntl SEC-
 TION LI.12 TO PORT' 0/.11).1.1A.Ni2 z
                                                                                   S R Irwin
 NO.	 S.                             .;	   of said County,         being duly sworn, says:
   1N IT ORDA.IN1L'D by the Board
 of Port Co l y niasionr . . eo he City	         That he is        and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
 of Oalclarid as follows:	               •
                                                 zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
 9eada
                                	 Represent- interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
   ative.	         per 010111 1.	             -
   SECTRLN 2. 'Fills n-iiinanCe Khali
 take effect loinicilhi	
   In Doa.rLI of Pr . , • 5 Conn/119s loners,
                                                       That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
 Oakland, Calir.,	                               clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
   Passed to	          for I o,
                                                 and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
 dont Fisher—J.
 sent—Cornmissico,	                              inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
                I	    11.	  Li	                   .
'Secretary, D.,,ird of I ,2 . c COrnMin- is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
                   1 10                          tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
                                                 of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
                                                 gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                                                 scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                                 instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                                 or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                                 inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                                 advertisements in said newspaper.
                                                       That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                                 intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                                 more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                                 mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                               . preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                                 scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                                 intended to be given.
                                                That the notice    An Ordinance Adding Se cti on 3.12 to
                                           port Ordinance No. 8
                                           of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                                   1 ti me
                                           to-wit: from the	 	     28th      	 day of                       june               4 D. 19 3°
                                           to and until the 	      28th 	 day of 	                          Julie	
                                                                                                             4 . D. 19 30 ,
                                           both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                           lished, to-wit:— ..   On _ the 28t b. day of June, 1930                                 .............



                                           Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                           28th day of June A. D. 19 	


                                                                       Notary Public in and for the County of .\.1,1,11,.da, Staiht' hf California
             roem ADV.-50 201 10-29 7228
                        BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                              CITY OF OAKLAND

                                    PORT ORDINANCE NO. 90
Introduced by                                        Seconded by

                            AN ORDINANCE ADDING ITEM NO. 547 TO
                            PORT ORDINANCE NO. 60.



                         BE IT ORDAINED by the Port Commissioners
                    the City of Oakland es follows:
                       SECTION 1.   Item No. 547 is hereby added
               to Port Ordinance No. 60, as an additional section to
               the tariff of the Port of Oakland, and the rate there-
               in mentioned is hereby fixed to read as follows:
                                              IX Storage Charges.
                            Item No. 547. .Grain              .....3/4 cents
                                      	
                            SECTION           This ordinance shall take effect
               immediately.

                                          In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland
                                          Calif., June 16, 130. Passed to print
                                          for one day by the following vote: Ayes-
                                          Commissioners Leet, rardee, Swan and
                                          President Fisher -4- Noes: None. Absent:
                                          Corinuissioner Pendleton -1-



At a regular                        meeting held June 30th, 1930.
Passed by the following Vote:
Ayes:	        Commissioners Pardee, Pendleton, Swan and President Fisher
Noes:	        None
          	   Commissioner Leet
Absent:




Approved as to form and legality:

ArL-44--GC        c -
                         Port Attorney.
	




                                   Affidavit of Publication
                                 IN THE MATTER OF-	                                                 offida of Publication of item
                                                                                                         iviit
                                 City of Oakland                                                                  Addi ng

         	                       Port_ of _Oakland	                                      No. 547 to Port Ordinance

                                                                                         No _..._sa• 	

                 STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                    COUNTY OF ALAMEDA
                                                            a Irwin
        POTUU       OFZIDINAIVUE NO. IVO	              of said County, being duly sworn, sa Y s:
         AN ORD !NANCE ADDING ITEM	                                                                  -
      NO.54T, TO PORT ORDINANCE
      NO.                                                    That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
         r.s IT ORDAINED by the Port	
      Commissioners of the City of Oak-
    , land as followS,	
         SECTION 1.' hem No. 547 i g here-
                                                       zen of the United States, over „the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
      :,y added to Port Ordinance NO. 65, interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
           an additional section to                the
      tariff of the PorL of Oakland, snd 	                                                                      ,
      the rate therein mentioned is here-	                   That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned was the principal
      by fixed to read as foBovv-s:
            TX-STORAGE CHARGES.
      'tern No. 547.... Gram cents clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
         SECTION 2. This ordinance shall
      tal,e effect immediately.	
         In Board of Port commissioners,
                                                       and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
        akiav, gr,rli,J,-,,,,,,,,e, ,141A3,e0. ,P msed inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
                                  ,              o
      ?°Pr, o te : AYes — Commissioners 	
      i     v                                           ,,
      Leet, Pardee, Swan a.nd President
        isher-4. Noes—None. Absent—
                                                       zs defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
      (' nmissioner Pendleton-1.
                           G. B. ITEGARDT,	            tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
           f.ta,ry Board of Port Commis-
            Hers_
                  715-June 19- (it.)
                                                       of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intern-
                                               	       gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                                          scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                          instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                          or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                          inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                          advertisements in said newspaper.
                                               That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                          intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                          more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                          mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                          preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                          scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                          intended to be given.
                                               That the notice_ _AU Ordinance Adding Item No. 547 to
                                          Port_..orsiinan_ce_.
                                          of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                                                    time
                                          to-wit: from the	        19th	               day of	           June	        A. D. 193O___,
                                          to and until the	        19th	     day of	         whine	         A. D. 1930 ,
                                          both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                          lished, to-wit:— On the 19th day of June, 1930.



                                          Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                          ...21st __day o f June    A. D. 1930



                                                                          Notary Public in and fu
                      BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                            CITY OF OAKLAND


                                    PORT ORDINANCE NO. 69
Introduced by	                                             Seconded by

                           AN ORDINANCE REPEALING ITEM 8 OF SECTION 1
                           PORT ORDINANCE NO. 31.



                       BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
               of the City of Oakland as follows:
                       SECTION 1.   Item 8 of Section 1 of Port Ordinance
               No. 31 is hereby repealed.
                       SECTION 2.               This Ordinance is to take effect
               immediately.



                                            In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland
                                            Calif., June 9, 1930.   Passed to print
                                            for one day by the following vote: Ayes:
                                            Commissioners Leet, Swan and President
                                            Fisher -3- Noes: None. Absent: Com-
                                            missioners Pendleton and Pardee. -2--




At	      a regular                  meeting held	        June 16 , 1930.
Passed by the following Vote:
Ayes: Commissioners Leet, Pardee, Swan and President Fisher -4-
Noes: None
Absent: Commissioner Pendleton -1-


                                              Attest 	
Approved as to form and legality:


                         Port Attorney.
	




                                        Affidavit of Publication
                                                                    	
                                      IN THE MATTER OF                                               Affidavit of Publication of

                         City of Oakla nd	                                                                                                        B

        	               Bart. nf___Qtakland 	                                                of section 1 Port Ordinance

                                                                                             No.

                   STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                       COUNTY OF ALAMEDA
                                                                        Irwin
            POTial ORDIA ANCE NO- 231)

     1 JAN 8 OP SECTION IDEPEALTNG of said County, being duly sworn, says:
           '1\1 ORDINANCE; J 'ORT	
                            L
            NCE INTO_                 ,
        P
                                •
         J2 17. IT O RDAT,7 1-1i'l • Flo ard
            Port Dornrnls,, ,k,-7,	 of Ite
                                           h c te rn                That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi
     t ■J: Oalcia.nd
         s	 C            I.   l tc.rn	 h                       zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
    of Port Ord,,ancon .11.1 Jsr-1,ctionh         .1.rec
    repealed.	
        .SECTI	 OT,T 11_ Th
                        inu             "	                     interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
    take	 effect                              1n , in to
                                                ane
                              el 01l.,
                            nifin toh ,
                o ar
              Board o	ret
    Oakland, Calif, June 	
                           f P o                    ;l on            That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
                                                     pansed 1	
    to	 ra ''111 7,1	 on1 clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
                                   day 1,2, :the f01-
                            Aye s—Co	 mm i ssioners ,
                            d
                          ne Presidvnt Fisher— I and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-'
    Lee, .H1,7111
           t	
                                     nsant—Cora	
                     ,,,,leton and Pardee-1
                   , 71aard	         IrEG
                                       S'o'AR mmis-
                                             rt Co
                                                   TYT,        inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
                      `--	,Tarns 12-	 fl                       is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
                                                 tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
                                                 of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic• news and intelli-
                                                 gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                                                 scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                                 instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                                 or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                                 inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                                 advertisements in said newspaper.
                                                       That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                                 intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of .California, for
                                                 more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                                 mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                                 preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                                  scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                                  intended to be given.
                                                               notice_.ar.dinan_aa___RoD..ea_ling...I.I 6In8 of ject4ion
                                                         That the
                                                     J„ Port Ordinance No. 31.
                                                     of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                 	                                     01)0 Q
                                                 to-wit: from the 	 	       12th            	 day of dune  A. D. 19 30 ,
                                                                            12 th        day ofA D. 19June          30
                                                 to and until the	
                                                 both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                     lished, to          the 12th day of June 1930



                                                     Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                      13th day of June A. D. 19 30


                                                                                Notary Public in and for the County of Alameda, State of California
                   2 FARMADV.-50 2M 10-29 7228
                 BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                       CITY OF OAKLAND

                         PORT ORDINANCE NO. -88
Introduced by	                          Seconded by

                    AN ORDINANCE FINDING AND DETERMINING
                    THAT THE PUBLIC INTEREST AND NECESSITY
                    REQUIRE THE ACQUISITION BY THE CITY OF
                    OAKLAND OF CERTAIN PROPERTY FOR PUBLIC
                    IMPROVEMENT AND DIRECTING TILE BRINGING
                    OF AN ACTION IN CONDEMINATION TO ACQUIRE
                    SAID PROPERTY.


                     BE IT ORDAINED by theBoard of Port Commissioners
           of the City of Oakland, as follows:
                      SECTION 1. The Board of Port Commissioners of the
           City of Oakland hereby finds and determines that the public
            interest and necessity require the acquisition, construc-
            tion and completion of a certain public improvement consist-
            ing of a system of railroad track connections from the
           Ninth Avenue Pier of said City at the foot of Ninth Avenue,
          • a public street thereof, to the mainline railroad tracks of
            Central Pacific Railway Company (operated by Southern Pacific
            Company), and over and across the following described area or
            parcel of land within the Port Area of said City, to-wit:
                                 PARCEL "A"
                   A strip of land 20 feet in width lying 10
                   feet on either side of the following described
                   center line:
                   Beginning at a point at the intersection of the
                   westerly boundary line of that certain piece or
                   parcel of land described in that certain deed
                   from Edward C. Sessions, Junior, to American
                   Dredging Company of California, a corporation,
                   dated October 27th, 1904, and recorded in Deed
                   Book 1055 at page 384, Alameda County Records,
                   with a line drawn parallel to and distant north-
                   westwardly 231.25 feet (measured at right angles)
                   from the existing United States Pierhead line
                   in Oakland Harbor, between points 51 and 53, as
                   said Pierhead line was approved by the Asst.
                   Secretary of War Jany. 20th, 1913, and is now
                  filed in the office of the United States Engineers,
                   401 Custom House, San Francisco, California, and
                   running thence parallel with said Pierhead line,
                   North 64°21'50" East a distance of 129.25 feet,
                    to a point; thence northeastwardly along the arc
                    of a curve deflecting to the left or northwardly,
                   having a radius of 287.94 feet (tangent to said
                    curve at the last mentioned point is the last
                   mentioned course) an arc distance of 127.28 feat
                    to a point; thence North 39°02'13" East (tangent
                    to last mentioned curve at last mentioned point)
                    a distance of 404.44 feet to a point; thence north7
                    eastwardly along the arc of a curve deflecting to
the right or eastwardly having a radius of
287.94 feet (tangent to said curve at the last
mentioned point is the last mentioned course) an
arc distance of 258 feet more or less to the
southerly line of the right of way of the
Central Pacific Railway Company. Also included
in Parcel A is a triangular piece of land lYing
to the noxthwest of and adjacent to the above
described 20 foot strip of land, said triangle
being more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at the intersection of the hereinbefore
described westerly boundary line of the piece
or parcel of land heretofore conveyed to the.
American Dredging Company of California, a cor-
poration by Edward C. Sessions, Junior, with a
line drawn parallel to and distant 10 feet north-
westwardly (measured at right angles) from the
first course of the above described center line
of said 20 foot stri p of land and running thence
along the said parallel line N 64921'50" E a
distance of 95.82 feet to a point; thence leaving
said parallel line S 72°32'06" W a distance of
97.94 feet to a point on the said westerly boun-
dary line hereinbefore described; thence southeast-
wardly along said westerly boundary line a distance
of 13.97 feet to the point of beginning.

                 PARCEL "B"
A strip of land 20 feet in width lying 10 feet on
either side of the following described center line.
Beginning at a point on the westerly boundary line
of that certain piece or parcel of land described
in that certain deed from Edward C. Sessions, Junior,
to Ametican Dredging Company of California, a
corponation, hereinbefore referred to under Parcel
"A", distant northwestwardly along said boundary
line 23.09 feet -ft= its intersection with the
existing United States Pierhead line also referred
to under Parcel "L_" herein, and running thence
northeastwardly along the arc of a curve deflecting
to the left or northward having a radius of 287.94
feet (tangent to saidcurve at said point of beginning
bears S 59°31'59" W) for an arc distance of 198.33
feet to a point; thence N 20 0 04'03" E (tangent to
lest described curve at last mentioned point) a
distance of 297.47 feet to a point; thence along
the arc of a curve deflecting to the right or east-
ward having a radius of 287.94 feet (tangent to
said curve at last mentioned point is the last men-
tioned course) for an arc distance of 54.27 feet
to a point; thence N 30°51'57" E (tangent to last °
described curve at last mentioned point) a distance
of 40.54 feet to a point at the intersection of last
described course with the hereinbefore described
center line of Parcel "A".


                   -2--
                That said public improvement is necessary for the pro-
           motion and accommodation of commerce and navigation and for
           port purposes and the conduct of the harbor, and that the use
           and possession of said area and all rights, title and interest
           therein, together with the estates, rights, title and interests
           now held by the City of Oakland or the State of California
           in said area, are necessary for said improvement.
                 SECTION 2. The Port Attorney be end he is hereby author-
           ized and directed to prosecute to final judgment, on behalf
           of and in the name of the City of Oakland, a legal action in
           condemnation against all persons who may have or claim any es-
           tate, right, title or interest or property in or to the said
           area, or part thereof, to acquire the same for public use as
           hereinabove stated, and particularly to acquire therefor any
           remaining leasehold interests or other rights which the Amer-
           ican Dredging Company of California, a corporation, and/or its
           successors in interest, I may have or claim to have in or to the
           aforesaid area of land under or by virtue of the provisions
           of that certain lease, dated June 30th, 1911, from the City of
           Oakland to the said corporation, excepting, however, such
           rights or interests which have been or may be acquired by such
           city by virtue of its exercise of any reservations of said
           lease as applied to said area.
                   SECTION 3. The action of this Board, pursuant to the
           reservations of the aforesaid lease to the American Dredging
           Company of California, in heretofore designating the said area
           of land described as Parcel A and Parcel B aforesaid for the
           p ublic and municipal purposes and uses of constructing and
           operating railroad tracks between said pier and said mainline
           railroad tracks is hereby ratified and confirmed.
                  SECTION 4. Tifis ordinance shall take effect imme-
           diately.

Adopted at a regular        meeting held June 9, 1930
By the following Vote: Commissioners Leet, Pardee, Swan and President
                       Fisher -4-
Ayes
Noes:	        None
Absent:	      Commissioner Pendleton -1-



                                    Attest 	
Approved as to form and legality:    In Board of Port Commisdioners Secretary.
                                     Oakland, Calif. May 26th, 1930.
                                     Passed to print for one day by the
               Port Attorney         following Vote: Ayes:    Commissioners
                                     Leet, Pardee, Swan and President Fisher -4-
                                     Noes: None. Absent: Commissioner
                                     Pendleton -1-
	




                                                                 Affidavit of Publication
                                                             IN THE MATTER OF                                                      Affidavit of Publication of

                                                         City or Oakland                                                        Port Ordinance No. 88.
                                                         Port of Oakland



                                 STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                                                       ?
                                       COUNTY OF ALAMEDA SS
        4.10Alt13 ON PORT COMMiggioNERs                                                         SR. Irwin
                    CITY or •-0-AlKLA.:4114 	 ..
               FOWL' ORDINANCE' No. ss:
                                                                           of said County, being duly sworn, says:
        ,,,,,,,,_,,,,,I,,,,,,...UN:Cji-_,,W4' 'W / i N t_i____AN D
                          ,
             iicseribed curve at last mentioned ;	                                That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
             ,,,nt) a distance of 40.54 feet. to a •
              coint at the intersection of last de-	
                              the                                          zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
                   -cri- h         co                 the
             :,fore described center line of- -;	                          i nterested in the matter or action herein set forth.
             pi
                 • cessary forpublic improvement is
                    'iat said
                                       the promotion andan...
                ■10datin of co	
                 1:1,           o	       commerce and nav1-	
                                                  rce                            That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
                   ,1031 and fol.' port purposes andl
                      conduct of the harbor, and that:	
             Ll use and possession of said area
                                                                           clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
                       a	 ll rights, title and iterestS  n                                                                 hich
                                                                           and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE,which	 during all the mhere
                                                                                                                             was ding     	           time h-
             iii• -	 sin, together with the estates.	
               ill he title and interests now held.-                       in after mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
           1,-,     the C.:Sty of Oalcland or the State	
                • California in said area, are
             mcessary for said improvement.	
                 :;ECTION ^. The . Port Attornev.                          is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
           1•. In d he is -hereby, authorized and •,	                      tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
                    cted to prosecute to final judg,..,
          4, • at on behalf of a.d in the names                   e        of California,	 for the dissemination of local and telegrap hic news and .inte lli-
                 t1,,, In eondemna.tion againstany,	 ,	
                                                	 and.
                     li, City of Oakland, a. leal
                                                                all
                            who may have or claim
                            right title or interest oz.
                                                                           gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying-sub-
                               in or to the said area, or	                 scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
          i	            .11 creel, to ' acquire the sense
                        Pclille use	 asherelnabovei,                       instruction of a particular clasS, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                     ,•,i and particularly to acquire	
                       lor any remaining leasehold in-
                            or other rights which the	                     or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                           nn                 	 Comps nY or.
                          bi d , a corporation, and or it,	                Mations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                        _ors in interest, may have or
         claim to Dave in or to the afore-	                                advertisements in said newspaper.
         said area of land under or by vir•
         tug of the provisions- of that cer-
         tain 1 :,se, dated June soul. 1911,	                                    That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
         from :De City. of Oakland to the-
         said m•poration, excepting ., ho,--                               intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
         ever -ccii rights or interest, whIcli.	
         hallo1.e b or may of its exercise by
        such , , v y
                   1             -virtue	
                                             be ac q uired
                                                                of	        more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
         any 0 -iervations of said lease an
         appl1 to said area.	
                     o                                                     mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
     '	 Tan,l, pursuant to tile reservations	
               •SE:      I ION 3. The- action of Mtg.

                 Ine aforesaid lease to the AMer- .                        preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                , Dredging Company or` Cali-
        forma in heretofore designating the	                               scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
        said area of land described' as Far-
        ce/ A and Parcel B aforesaid for 	
        the pubiio and municipal' purposes
                                                                           'intended to be given.
        and uses of constructing- and oiler--
        sting' railroad tracks, hetWeen said .	                       ..            That the notice Part Ordinanee N . 88.
        pier and said 711S iDline railroad
        tracks is hereby ratified and con-
        firmed.
               SECTION 4. This Ordinance shall
        take effect inunediatelY.
    i In P,oard of Port Commissioners .
        ooliiio n 01 . Cali, _May 1lGth, 1530 . i	                             of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
        l'i . .• cii 'o print for one day, by the
                       iu- r vote: Ayes—Commission-
                              Pardee, Swan and Presi-	                     	                           1   _time 	                               -
                            11• r- -4. NocaNtt.nc; Ali-
                                :Issioncr Pendleton-1,
                                      CI. B. ETEVHDT,	              ■                                    7th 	 day of June.
       Secretary, Board of r!	
        Si oner.
                                                       Con-in-Lis--        to wit: from the                                                              A. D. 19 3° ,
                       680-June


                                                                           to and until the 	            7th	        day of 	        June                A. D. 19 3°
                                                                                                                                                                             '
                                                                           both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                                               lished,to-wit:---- 	   On the 7th day of June, 1930



                                                                           Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                                                 7thday of 2: dune A. D. 19 40



                                                                                                           Notary Public in and for the Count	       da, State of Ca ornia
                      BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                            CITY OF OAKLAND

                                    PORT ORDINANCE No. 87
Introduced by                                             Seconded by

                          ORDINANCE ADDING ITEM 312 TO PORT ORDINANCE
                          NO. 60.


                      BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
              of the City of Oakland as follows:
                      SECTION 1. Item 312 is hereby added to Port
              Ordinance No. 60, and the rate therein mentioned is here-
              by fixed as follows:
                           VI. Service charges, Intercoastal-Inbound.
                           Item 312-Pipe, ex vessel direct to open cars
                                    or barge                       35 cents.
                      SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect
              immediately.


                          In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland,
                          Calif., June 2, 1930.   Passed to print for
                          one day by the following vote: Ayes: Com-
                          missioners Leet, Pardee, Swan and President
                          Fisher -4- Noes: None. Absent: Commis-
                          sioner Pendleton -1-



At	       regular                   meeting held	        June 9, 1930
Passed by the following Vote:
Ayes: Commissioners Leet, Swan and President Fisher -3-
Noes: None
Absent: Commissioners Pendleton and Pardee -2-

                                                                        President.
                                              Attest-	
                                                                        Secretary.
Approved as to form and legality:


                         Port Attorney.
                                           Affidavit of Publication
                                        IN THE MATTER OF                                           Affidavit of Publication of

      City of Oaklard                                                                         Ordinance Ada ng Item

      Port of Oakland                                                                          312 to port Ordinance

                                                                                               No. 60

                  STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                                                                ss.
                       COUNTY OF ALAMEDA
       PORT onpaNANcE No.
                                                                                       S R. Ir.win 	
     ORDINANCE - ADDING ITEM. 312
 TO PORT ORDINANCE NO. GO.
                                                    of said County, being duly sworn, says:
   - BE IT- ORDAINED •by the Board
 1:,f Port Commissioners of the. City
 ,,, oildand asfollows:. .
                                                          That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
       ,ttion 1. Item 318 Is - hereby add-
   - e port Ordinance,Nol 60, and the               zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
         : therein mentioned is hereby
        • as . follows:                             interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
     , I Service charges, Lute4-cpastal-
  ,coound.
I teen 83 2—PiPe, ex vesper direct. to.                   That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
    open cars or barge	               35 :cents
    Section' 2.	 This ord.inance Shall'
t11;ie effect immediately.
                                                    clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
    In Board of Port	                           ,   and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
oalcland,	              June	      1P30. Passed
     print.-for one day by follow-                  inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
'ag vote: Ayes: Commissioners Leet,
Pardee Swan and. President Fisher
---4. Noes: None. Absent: C9inmis-
::oiler Pendleton—I. .
                                                    is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
                                 "AEC Aftnt,
    Secretary. Board of Port Comm i s-              tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
sioners.
                1■89-.1111-1, 4-(1t)•               of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
                                                    gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                                                    scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                                    instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                                    or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                                     inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                                    advertisements in said newspaper.
                                                          That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                                     intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                                    more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                                     mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                                    preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                                     scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                                     intended to be given.
                                                                   Ordinance. Adding Item 312 to Port
                                                          That the notice
                                                     Ordinance No. 60
                                                     of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                                            1 time
                                                    to-wit: from the 	      4th 	 day of 	             June 	 A. D. 1930

                                                    to and until the	       4th 	        day of	        Zane 	 A. D. 1930
                                                     both days inclusive, and as often during said period as saidnewspaper was pub-
                                                     lished, to-wit:     On the 4th day of June , 1930



                                                     Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                     4th 	 day of June. A. D. 19 30



                    1005 ADV.-50 2M 10-29 7228
                       BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                             CITY OF OAKLAND

                                        PORT ORDINANCE NO.
Introduced by	                                        Seconded by

                         AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 5.25 OF
                         PORT ORDINANCE NO. 8 and RRPEALING PORT
                         ORDINANCE NO. 83.



                      BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
             of the City of Oakland, as follows:
                      SECTION 1. Section 5.25 of Port Ordinance No. 8 is
             hereby amended to read as follows:
                      Section 5.25--Asst. Airport Clerk and Asst.
                        Post Office Clerk, $110.00 per month.
                         SECTION 2. Port Ordinance No. 83 is hereby repealed.
                    SECTION 3. This ordinance shall be effective as of
             May 12th, 1930.'


                               In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland,
                               Calif., June 2, 1930. Passed to print for
                               one day by the following vote:
                               Ayes: Commissioners Leet, Pardee, Swan and
                                     President Fisher -4-
                               Noes: None
                               Absent: Commissioner Pendleton -1-


Adopted at a regular                    meeting held June 9, 1930
By the following Vote:
Ayes: Commissioners Leet, Swan and President Fisher -3-
Noes: None
Absent: Commissioners Pendleton and Pardee -2-



                                             Attest
                                    	                                 Secretary.
Approved as to form and legality:

         	        e
               Port Attorney
                                    Affidavit of Publication
                    IN THE MATTER OF 	                                                             Affidavit of Publication of

       City of Oakland	                                                                        Ordinance Amending
     :Port of Oakland 	                                                                        Section 5.25 of Port
                                                                                               Ordinance No. 8 and
                                                                                               Repealing Port GrdiAance
              STATE OF CALIFORNIA,                                                             No. 83
                                                          sS.
                  COUNTY OF ALAMEDA	

      POSIT ORDINANCE; AO. SS.
                                                                                   S R Irwin
   AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SEC-                  said County, being duly sworn, says:
TION5.25 OP PORT ORDINANCE
NO. -3 A ND REP E ALING PORT
NO.
ORDINANCE No. 83.                                 That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
   BE IT ORDAINED.: by the Board
of Port' Commissioners of the City
of Oaklarid, as follows:
                                            zen of _the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
   SECTION 1, Section 5.25 of Port
Ordinance No. is hereby amended             interested in the matter or action herein set fort
to read as follows:
   Section 5.25--Asst. Airport Clerk              That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the , principal
mad _Asst. Post . Office Cleric, 1110.00
;,er. month.
   SECTION 2. Port :Ordinance No.           clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO:, a corporation, the publisher
    is hernbY repealed.
   SECTION 3. Thi•ordinanze shall
be effective as of -.612.3• 1211,; 1930.
                                            and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
   In Board of , Port Commissioners,
Oal,land, Calif. • June 2. 1930. Passed     inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
[,r print for one day by the                is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
   g vote: Ayes: Commissioners Leet,
 ..a.rtlee, Swan .and President Fisher
       ',nes: None. Absent: Commie-
       . Pendleton-1.
                                            tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
                    O. B. TIE G ARDT;
         etary. Board of Port Commis-       of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
             (50-June 4-111)                gence of a general character, 'having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                                            scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                            instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                            or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                            inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                            advertisements in said newspaper.
                                                  That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                            intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                            more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                            mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                            preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                            scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                            intended to be given.
                                                        notice___Ordinance Amending Section 5.25 of Port
                                                    That the
                                                Qrdinance No. 8 and. repealing Port Ordinance No. 83
                                                of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                            	                          1              time
                                            to-wit: from the 	         4th 	 	 day of 	 June 	 A. D. 19 30                                    ,
                                            to and until the 	         4th	   day of	          A. D. 19 30                                    ,
                                            both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                lished, to_wit:—....Qa ,, the   4th day of June,. 19 30


                                            Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                             4th 	 day of June A. D . 19 30


                                                                            Notary Public in and for the C	      ameda, Stath of California
                   AOV.-50 2N1 10-29 7220
              2 FORM
                          BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                                CITY OF OAKLAND


                                    PORT ORDINANCE NO. 85
                	                                 Seconded by
Introduced by
                            AN ORDINANCE ADDING SECTION 5.55 TO
                            PORT ORDINANCE NO. 8.



                    BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
          of the City of Oakland, as follows:
                    SECTION 1. Section 5.55 is hereby added to Port
          Ordinance No. 8 to read as follows:
                         Section 5.55--Airport Watchman, $125.00 per month.
                    SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect
          immediately.


                      In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, Calif.,
                      May 19th, 1930. Passed to print for one day
                      by the following Vote: Ayes:    Commissioners
                      Leet, Pardee, Swan and President Fisher -4-
                      Noes:   None. Absent:    Commissioner Pendleton -1-




Adopted at a regular                meeting held	   May 26th, 1930.
By the following Vote:
Ayes:	      Commissioners Leet, Pardee, Swan and President Fisher —4—
Noes:	      None
Absent: Commissioner Pendleton -1-


                                           Attest
                                                                      Secretary.
Approved as to form and legality:

                    Port At omey
	




                                        Affidavit of Publication
                                     IN THE MATTER OF                                                     Affidavit of Publication of

         City of Oakland                                                                               An Ordinance Adding

         Port of Oakland                                                                               Section 5.55 to Port
                                                                                                       Ordinance No. 8

                 STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                                                               	 SS.
                      COUNTY OF ALAIVIEDA
                                                	                                          S.--ft-.Irwin 	
          Ha, OREONXINCE: NO. 85.
           n„T   kNCE ADDTNO SEC-
                 ) PORT ORDINANCE                             of said County, being duly sworn, says:
                ,_AIMED by tho Bon rd	
              rrt C7oininissioners of the City                      That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
              kland as follows:                               zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
                l and 1. Section .	            is here-	
            ;tided to Port Ordinance No. S
             o d as follows:	
                     5.57—A irport 'Watchman,
                                                              interested in the matter or action herein. set forth.
                       month.
                            This
                          Ordinance
                       inainedlatelY.
                                                    shall	          That he is now and at all .times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
                       cf Port Coitunission..,, clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
                                 :May / th; 13 3.0..
                         it . f or N.on,e . daye'.1),iv,intp4
                                                              and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
         ners Leet:                         Swim P.,;(1
           sident richer— .i.                      None.      inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
     .	 1,           Connnissioner Pendleton
                                D. TT All DI,      ,	         is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said See-
    -,a cre Lary, Board of Port Commis -
        sioners.	
                    667-May 23- (11.)
                                                              tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
                                                              of California., for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
                                                              gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                                                              scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                                              instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                                              or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                                              inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                                              advertisements in said newspaper.
                                                                    That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                                              intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                                              more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                                              mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                                              preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                                              scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                                              intended to be given.
                                                         That the notice   An Ordinance Adding Section 5.55 to
                                                    Port Ordinance No. 8
                                                    of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                                            1     time
                                                    to-wit: from the 	        23rd 	 day of 	                  May 	 A. D. 1930	 ,
                                                    to and until the	         2.3ret. 	      day of	           May	                  A. D. 1930
                                                    both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                    lished, to-wit:---   On the 23rd day of May, 19 30



                                                    Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                    23rd       day of _may	         A. D.   /930


                                                                                    Notary Public in and for thfCounty 0 Alameda, Stars oof California
                 2 FORM ADV.-50 2M 10-29 7228
                    BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                          CITY OF OAKLAND

                           PORT ORDINANCE NO. 84
Introduced by	                             Seconded by
                     AN ORDINANCE AMENDING VARIOUS ITEMS OF
                     PORT ORDINANCE NO. 60, ADDING CERTAIN ITEMS
                     THERETO, REALING ITEM 2080, AND ALL
                     ORDINANCES AND PARTS OF ORDINANCES IN CON-
                     FLICT HEREWITH, TO PROVIDE FOR CHANGES IN
                     THE TARIFF OF RATES, DOCKAGE, WITARFAGE,TOLLS
                     AND CHARGES FOR TEE PORT OILS' OAKLAND.


                  BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners of
         the City of Oakland, as follows:
                  SECTION 1. The hereinafter designated sections, known
         as items, and the twelfth heading of Port Ordinance No. 60, are
         hereby amended and the rates, dockage, wharfage, tolls, charges
         and regulations therein mentioned are hereby fixed, altered and
         regulated to read as follows:
                                   I -- DEFINITIONS
         =MN-UMBERS
                 35 - FREE TIME:
                            The time allowed for assembling cargo for
                       outbound water movement, or for removing cargo
                       discharged from vessels or otheTfwatercraft
                       before the assessment of storage charges. Un-
                       less otherwise specified in individual items,
                       10 days free time, exclusive of Sundays and holi-
                       days will be allowed. Free time commences at
                       8:00 A.M. of the first day following the day
                       freight is unloaded from railroad cars or vehicles
                       or following the day vessel completes discharging.
                            Exception No. 1: When freight moving under
                       through rates from Hawaiian Islands to Intercoastal
                       or Foreign destinations is delivered by the
                       Hawaiian vessel after the final receiving date of
                       the Intercoastal or Foreign vessel at tei-minals
                       operated by the Board, such freight shall be allowed
                       free tine (but not less than 10 days exclusive of
                       Sundays and Holidays) to and including the final
                       receiving date at Terminals operated by the Board
                       of the next vessel of the same Intercoastal or
                       Foreign Line which is to receive freight at such
                       Terminals for the same destination.
                            Exception No. 2: When vessels are delayed,
                       due to stress of weather, accidents, and in cases of
                       breakdowns or other emergencies, the Port Manager
                       may extend the free time to such number of days as
                       in his judgment is warranted and equitable in each
                       individual case.
                VI -- SERVICE CHARGES

ITEM NO.                                                 Cents
   355 - Lumber (softwood), Lath, Shingles, Ties,
              Posts, Bark & Piling:
            When handled over uncovered facilities
              at Livingston and Dennison St. Piers        Free
           When handled over other terminal
             facilities:
             For transhipment via ocean-going vessels Free
             Not for transhipment via ocean-going
               vessels:
               When handled through shed, per 2000
                                             lbs.          35
               When handled over uncovered facilities:
                  Lumber, Ties, Posts, Bark & Piling,
                                per M.F.B.M.               35
                  Lath, per 60 bundles                     35
                  Shingles, per 40 bundles                 35
   410 - All cargo for delivery to ocean-going
              vessels which receive cargo from the
              Municipal Terminals of Oakland              Free

   440 - All cargo received from vessels, river
             steamers, barges or other watercraft         Free




               X - LOADING AND UNLOADING

   600 - Actual cost will be charged for all dunnage,
           stakes, bolsters, wire, etc., or bracing
           used in loading cars, also for paper used
           when it is necessary to line cars. Cost
           plus 20% will be charged for time of men
           employed in placing dunnage, bracing, lin-
           ing, etc.   These charges are in addition
           to charges named in individual Items cover-
           ing loading and unloading services.



                XII - UNLOADING
          APPLICABLE TO ALL TRAFFIC EXCEPT HAWAIIAN.
     NOTE - RATS IN CENTS PER 2000 LBS. UNLESS OTHERWISE
          SPECIFIED.




                             -2-
                XVII - STENCILING, LAB7Td.NG,
                       MARKING, STRAPPING, ETC.
ITEM NO.                                                Cents        Per
  2755 - Scraping Cases:
             One Port Mark                                  1        Case
             Each additional Port Mark Der case             1              I


             One Brand                                      2
             Each additional brand per case                 -67
                                                                           U




  2765 - Stenciling Sacked Goods:
             Weighing 160 lbs. or less per sack              1       Mark
             Weighing over 160 lbs.                          1*
             When performed in conjunction with
               other labor (does not apply on
                sacked beans, or grain.)                     2
                                                                           tt


 -2770     Stenciling Sacked Beans and Grain:
              When performed in conjunction with
                other labor                                  4       Port Mark
  2780 - Wire Strapping, except as provided in
              Item No. 2795
             Apples, fresh, 2 wires                                  Case
              Canned Goods and Dried Fruits:
                Cases each weighing 31 lbs. or less:
                                       One Wire:            1.2      Case
                                       Two Wires            1.75     Case
                Cases each weighing over 31 lbs:
                                       One Wire             1.4      Case
                                       Two Wires            2.25     Case
                Two cases to a bundle, each case
                   weighing 31 lbs. or less, 2 wires        2.5 • Bundle



          SECTION 2. The hereinafter designated items are hereby
added to said Port Ordinance No. 60 as additional sections to the
tariff or schedule of rates, dockage, wharfage, tolls and charges
for the Port of Oakland, and the rates or charges mentioned
therein are hereby fixed and regulated to read as follows:

                          VI - SERVICE CHARGES
ITEM NO.                                                           Cents
   242. - Oil Cake Meal, in sacks                                    25.
   252 - Sesame Seed, in sacks                                       25

                          X - LOADING AIM UNLOADING
   602 - Should it be necessary to use outside heavy
           lift equipment to load or unload cargo, the
           actual amount of the char g e assessed against
           the Board for use of such equipment, plus
           necessary labor at actual cost plus 20 will

                              -3-
 ITEM_ NO.	                                                        Cents
              be billed by the Board, in lieu of the rates
              named in individual Items for such services, to
              party for whom such service is performed, provided
              the amount of the charge on this basis exceeds the
              amount of the charge based on rates named in in-
              dividual items.
                             XI - LOADING
   1017 - Lithaphone, in burlap bags or barrels                      45
   1097         Ochre, in sacks or barrels                           45
   1221 - Rubber, Crude                                              50
   1232 - Shells, Oyster, in sacks                                   40
   1332         Tar, Coal, in barrels                                40
   1449 - Zinc Oxide, in burlap bags or barrel's                     45
                              XII            UNLOADING
   1577 - Flour, in gunnies                                          40
   1627         Lard                                                 40
   1692 - Peas, dried                                                40
   1727 - Salt, in bags or cases                                     45
   1749 - Sodium Sulphite, in drums                                  40
            SECTION 3. Item No. 2080 of Port Ordinance No. 60 and
   all ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are
   hereby repealed.
            SECTION 4. This ordinance shall take effect inmedistely.
   In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, Calif., May 19th, 1930.
   Passed to print for one day by the following Vote: Ayes: Com-
   missioners Leet, Pardee, Swan and President Fisher -4- Noes:
   None. Absent:     Commissioner Pendleton -1-
Adopted at a regular   meeting held May 26th, 1930.
Bythe following Vote:
Ayes:	    Commissioners Leet, Pardee, Swan and President Fisher -4-
      	   None
Noes:
Absent: Commissioner Pendleton -1-


                                    Attest
	




                                                                                                 Affidavit of Publication
                                                                                         IN THE MATTER OF                                                  Affidavit of Publication of

                        City of Oakland 	                                                                                                            Ordinance Amending various

                        Port of Oakland                                                                                                              items of Port Ordinance

                                                                                                                                                    No. 60

                                              STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                                                    COUNTY OF ALAMEDA
                                                                                                                                           S R Irwin
               l   s      uo muI0 ',
                             ■  /
                                  '-" Id.,
                                       , 1 I° 4uaruAin,
                                                            -              -PTi arth ,.,
                                                                                     of said County, being duly sworn, says:
                              o ,
                         f t" ■,11--sI o oo'o's-L
                                                            .4 rayara aRrI fy i
                                                              r                            That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male
                                              t             !, 1 33=.3 [1.)X0 011
                                                                               ■ - ■




                                                                     yo '3-fooJs zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
         17 JJ.        ,,
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                                         , ,JI,. ,,,,,,
                                                                I	
                                                                     I) 0 2: I f 1;
                                                                             1 Ta l
                                                                  , 0 54gayotip interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
                              ,I , ■                                            I
                   ,J. rt • 1                                         l■          I
                                                                            ura 1 r4
             7 i111 =,, 1         L           I,PLi., 1, i     ;'.oacI rt
                                                                 '  .11-30.,I 13 III       That he is now and at all' times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
                            ...3 .. t, i
        I 13.3 . ';11, . 3 . '3 1 3 1                                  -L i-1 3 , clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
                                                   Iau, ,- " ,s3JY' iWsj .V
                                            ■
              i1    .   ,,i,, 1, I

             ■-■, / 1, ■1 -11                       1,a1,ULitUr 4.7 7.' and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
                                                                     01 . ■
            1 fl1 , 1':1 ,.                             ar o l s
                                                    . 3,4001S 41100 _301.1
                                                                         0 W. F3.30
                  111,f,',L! ,
                      f y , j , ,f1 to ,00.'000'.e Z t -Vre0                         Matter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
                                                              J
                                           f ;1 , yoypt- }tr;Dsar-a;                 is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
                                                         .,,g-Il . nC strontp
                                                   'IOU/1110D II0 spriap             tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
                                                Y ;,re uorau-atixa -toy;
                                                , , srfaos ' f; E 'Trudy             of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
                        1 ;1           'aura pa-53ort,orrY ogy
                                    :aq paAlaaa ..1 pro m. ol 2,1                    gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                          ,1., mjUlfa1-U0. 04} JOIAT 'a--,1,11'1 j') scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                 1'4?- 'V Italsr .
                           cry --apy • p Penrod- Pr Btrboartr
                                                             u0ISTAaa .11J:3

                  - f Jlo1ctc1 a Lta,, I fi 04E11 S'sapioq                           instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
           r ', -. 1: - -(df)—"E;' A M-AI ‘00VCD1HD
                                                                                     or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom
                                    ..5urifia                                        Mations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
          saapjoippols Ac[ pakaddy                               or                  advertisements in said newspaper.
                                      plIdr33 Jo norsrnau:
                                                                                           That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                                                                     intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                                                                     more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                                                                     mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                                                                     preceded ivith words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                                                                     scribing and expressing in general terns, the purport and character of the notice
                                                                                     intended to be given.
                                 -
                                          -- -
                                     386 1 .0 1 7.. ü
                             ■21 3,1at rr UP. if ipn 0-114cg
                                 OOTILs asof f        0,3 .3 GC
                                                                                         TW   IT.
                                                                                                                   Ordinance
                                                                                                         That the notice                           Amending         Various Items of
                                'qua,/ aacl T;;',      4ruaq‘
    I
                                                    3
                                0 011: aro& -trpuairla
                                                                                                    Port Ordinance No. 60
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                                  ..C-naormu Er s-eq Mali
                            ;ra ., qjnoaqap
                         1 U J qarum ut `sati_xactor,„                                              of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                          ua-z_T  a try ,
                                                         11333-
                                                    1 ,     ,t1Th          3 3
                                                                           3,333       aq7   s                               1                    time
         1                                           1, mac, f Lut 0.TOD:
                                                     ., ocr S,3,3333-33..3!
                                               ,3 33.,.33.101    0334 3I3IT                         to-wit: from the 	       23rd 	 day of 	                   May A. D. 1930                         ,
                                                                           3
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                                                                                                    to and until the	            23.rd       day of	           May               A.   D.15130
                                          J    1,314001T 303 0:wit-
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                                               r ods 7.3 11 0124                                    both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                             I
                                                        o            Jorul_112-471 013
                                                               fatofitto                            lished, to-wit:— On the              23rd day of M atY4 1930
                                                            artr i t tlIM-     r or
                                              rtmorcliava


                                                                                                    Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                                                                    .3rd.      day of .3018..Y       A. D. /93.0_



                                                                                                                                    Notary Public in and           y of Alame   State of California
                      BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                            CITY OF OAKLAND

                                    PORT ORDINANCE NO.           83
Introduced by	                                     Seconded by
                         AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 5.25 OF
                         PORT ORDINANCE NO. 8.



                       BE IT ORDAIN TG) by the Board of Port Commissioners of
              the City of Oakland as follows:
                       SECTION 1. Section 5.25 of Port Ordinance No. 8.is
              hereby amended to read as follows:
                         Section 5.25 -- Asst. Air p ort Clerk and Asst.
                                Post Office Clerk.
                          SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect imme-
              diately.




                          In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland,
                          Calif., May 5th, 1930.   Passed to print
                          for one day by the following Vote: Ayes:
                          Commissioners Leet, Pardee, Swan and
                          President Fisher - 4 - Noes: None
                          Absent: Commissioner Pendleton - 1 -



Adopted at a regular                meeting held may   12th, 1930.
By the following Vote:
Ayes:	        Commissioners, Leet, Pardee and President Fisher -3-
Noes: 	       None
          	     CommissionersPendleton and Swan -2-
Absent:



                                         Attest
Approved as to form and legality:


                     ttomey
	




                                            Affidavit of Publication
                                         INTHENIAT=OF                                                      Affidavit of Publication of

        City of Oakland                                                                              An Ordinance Amending
       Port of Oakland                                                                                Section 5.25 of Port
                                                                                                      Ordinance No. 8

                  STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                                                                    SS.
                       COUNTY OF ALAMEDA
                                                    	                                       S R Ir in	
           Tt rr ORDINANCE NO.- 85.                 of said County, being duly sworn, says:
                ,INANCE AMENDING SEC-
           - 13 -OF PORT ORDINANCE
                ORDAINED by the Board                     That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
               (:ommissioners of the City
         1cl, :1,1 as follow.,                      zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
          TION 1. Section 5,25 of Port
       ■ance No. S is hereby amended                interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
       rid-as follows:
        Lion 5.25—Asst. Airport Clerk
       lost. Post Office Clerk.
        , TION 2. This -ordinance shall
                                                          That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
        effect- immediately:.                       clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
        .Board of Port Commissioners,
               • Calif., May 5th,	 1930.
      :3,1 to print for one day by the
                 vote: Ayes: Commission-
                                                    and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
       Leet, Pardee, 'Swan and Presi-               inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
        Tisher---4. Noes: None. Ab-
          'Commissioner Pendleton-1.
                       G. 13.. • 13EG ARDT.         is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
            y, Board of. Port C 0 14371 -
    sinners.	       •	
                  0,14-May
                                       r---) ,      tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
                                                    of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
                                                    gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                                                    scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                                    instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                                    or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                                    inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                                    advertisements in said newspaper.
                                                          That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                                    intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                                    more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                                    mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                                    preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                                     scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                                    intended to be given.
                                                                        An Ordinance Amending Section
                                                             That the notice	                                                            5.25
                                                         of Port Ordinance No. 8
                                                        of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                                                1 time
                                                        to-wit: from the	 	     7th     	 day of	 	                 May         4. D. 19	 30 ,
                                                        to an d until the
                                                                      th        7th 	 day of	              may	           A. D. 1930
                                                        both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                        lished, to-wit:—      On the 7th day of May, 1930


                                                        Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                        7th 	 day of _May	          A. D. 19..30



                                                                                    Notary Public in and for the	                 to of California
                 2   PORM apv.-50   2M 10-29 7229
                      BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                            CITY OF OAKLAND


                                    PORT ORDINANCE NO. 82.
Introduced by	                                     Seconded by
                         AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 6.2 OF
                         PORT ORDINANCE NO. 8.



                    BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
             of the City of Oakland as follows:
                    SECTION 1. Section 6.2 of Port Ordinance No. 8 is
             hereby amended to read as follows:
                         Section 6.2--Assistant Port Attorney, $250
                           per month.
                    SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect imme-
             diately.



                         In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, Calif.,
                         April 21st, 1930.    Passed to print for one day
                         by the following vote: Ayes: Commissioners Pardee;
                         Pendleton, Swan and President Fisher - 4 - Noes:
                         None. Absent: Commissioner Leet -1-




Adopted at a	      regular          meeting held April 28th, 1930.
By the following Vote:
Ayes:	       Commissioners Pardee, Swan and President Fisher -3-
Noes:	       None
Absent: Commissioners Leet and Pendleton


                                         Attest                      •.^..--- .......
                                                                            Secretary.
Approved as to form and legality:


                 ort Attorney
	




                                           Affidavit of Publication
                                        IN THE MATTER OF 	                                            Affidavit of Publication of

         City of Oakland 	                                                                                       Section
                                                                                                   Ordinance Amending
         Port of Oakland                                                                           6.2 of Port Ordinance #8



                     STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                                                                 s.
                         COUNTY OF ALAMEDA
                                         --—-                                                 R             Irwin
                 , 011.1382
        , . . ORDINANCE A.:11END1N .r;
                                                                                          S
         V 013:1             NC     NO. s	
          r

          i6 6.2 OP PORT ORD1NA_NC1,
                                       C- S   iC -   of said County, being duly sworn, says:
        P 1 IT e P o u r &
                   ORDAINED by th
                                            'I
                                                           That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
         I iirt Commissioners of the City of
                             .s.
        -' CTIOz1V 1. Section 6.2 of Port            zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
    (         ,,„ e No. S ia hereby amended
                 . s follows:                   .    interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
                 , 6.2—A,sistant Port At- .
            Y.     50 per month.
         HOTTON 2. This ordinance shall           That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
        ,, effect immoiliatelv
       I a Board or Port CoMmissioners,,      clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
    C. , ' : Lod, Calif., April 21st, 1220.
                  ot ,, ,,,\ ye,_cerpmiesion- and prin,ter of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all
    I ,, , i „in proit for one a a.y by the
          d g. v                                                                                             the time here-
    r., I lent Fisher-4. :Noes—Nono inafter mentioned, and 7ZOW is a newspaper of general circulation, as that ternz
         r'arciee, l`endleton, Swan andi
      Ahsent—Cominissioner Leet--1.                  is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
                          O. D. IIEGARDT,
        See.ret.a rY, Board of Port. Commis-         tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
      sioners.
    I               625-April 26-1t.
                                                     of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
                                                     gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                                                     scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                                     instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                                     or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                                     inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                                     advertisements in said newspaper.
                                                           That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                                     intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                                     more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                                     mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                                     preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                                      scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                                      intended to be given.
                                                            That the notice    Ordinance. Amending Section 6.2 of
                                                      Fort Ordinance           i8
                                                      of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                                               1                time
                                                     to-wit: from the 	        26th 	 day of 	              April 	 A. D. j930
                                                     to and until the 	     2.6th	      day of	         	        	     A. D. 1930
                                                     both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                      lished, to-wit:—__On..the___2nth___da y.__Q_IL_Apri 1, 1930




                                                      Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                     2,6   th 	 day of	                D. 19..30




              agZE4'.2 -FORM Av.-5o 2M 10-29 7228
                            BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                                  CITY OF OAKLAND

                                     PORT ORDINANCE NO.           81
    Introduced by	                                  Seconded by

                             AN ORDINANCE REPEALING ITEM NO. 267
                             OF PORT ORDINANCE NO. 60 AND ADDING
                             ITEMS NO. 262 and 282 TO SAID ORDINANCE.



                        BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
               of the City Of Oakland as follows:
                        SECTION 1. Item No. 267 of Port Ordinance No. 60
               is hereby repealed.
                        SECTION 2. Items numbered 262 and 282 are hereby
               added to Port Ordinance No. 60 as additional sections to the
               tariff of the Port of Oakland, and the rates therein men-
               tioned are hereby fixed to read respectively as follows:
                                    Foreign - Outbound
                                        Commodity
                      Item 262 Barley                                  25 cents
                      Item 282 Wheat                                   25 cents
                         SECTION 3. This ordinance shall take effect
               immediately.
                      In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, Calif.,
                      April 14th, 1930. Passed to print for one day
                      by the following vote: Ayes: Commissioners
                      Leet, Pardee, Pendleton, Swan and President Fisher-
                      5- Noes: None Absent: None.
Adopted at a     r e gu lar   meeting held April 21st, 1930.
By the following Vote:
Ayes:	               Commissioners Pardee, Pendleton,.Zwan,and President isher -47
Noes:	               None
Absent:	             Commissioner Leet - 1 -


                                         Attest
Approved as to form and legality:

	        szodaJ
                  Port Attorney
                                       Affidavit of Publication
                                    INTHENIA=ROF                                               Affldavit of Publication of

          City of Oakland                                                                 Ordinance Repealing Item
                                                                                          #267 .of Port Ordinance
          _Port ___ o_f_Qakland
                                                                                          #60 etc

                 STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                      COUNTY OF ALAMEDA	
                                                                                    S R Irwin
          PORT ORDINANCE /CO.
       AN ORDINANCE REPEALING
    ITT - NE NO. 267 OF PORT ORDI-
                                                of said County, being duly sworn, says:
      ANCE NO. GO AND ADDING ITEMS
           2 - 2 AND 282 TO SA ED 0111)I-              That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
   -N.
       1;1' IT ORDAINED by the Board
   of Port Commissioners of the City
                                                zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
   of Oakland as, follows:                      interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
      SECTION 1. Item. No. 267 of Port
  Ordinance No. 60 Is hereby repealed. I
      SECTION 2. Items numbered- 262 I                 That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
  and 282 are hereby added to .
  Ordinance No. GO as additionalPort'   see.'   clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
  -lions to the tariff of the Port of
  Oakland, and the rates therein men-
  'Honed are hereby fixed to read re-
  spectivelv as follows:
                                                and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
                .6"oreign—Outbound               inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
                     Commodity
     Item 262 Barley 	
     Item .282 Wheat 	             25 cents
                                   25 cents      is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
     SECTION ' . This ordinance shall
  t  CI   effect immediately.                    tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
     to Board of Port Commissioners,
  CE Ind, Calif.( April 14th, 1930.              of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
         ed to print for one day by the
 lcd'c, wing. vote: Ayes: Commission-
         tieet, Pardee, Pendleton, Swan          gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
      / President 1isher-5. Noes-
, .l.onr. Absent—None.                           scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                         G. B. REGARD;
     Secretary Board of Port Commis-             instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
 sionerS.
                  612.April 17-1t
                                                  or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                                  inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                                  advertisements in said newspaper.
                                                        That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                                  intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                                  more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                                  mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                                  preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                                  scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                                  intended to be given.
                                                      That the notice    Ordinance Repealing Item #267 of Port
                                                 Qrd      all oo„ #60 etc
                                                  of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                                         1 time

                                                  to-wit: from the 	     1_7_th 	        day of	      A,Pril	            A. D. 19      30 ,
                                                  to and until the 17th day of                        April         A. D. 19 3° ,
                                                  both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                  lished, to-wit:---On   the. 17th day of April, 1930



                                                  Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                  17th	      day of.__April___A. D. 1930_



                                                                                                               Alaineda, State of California
                 BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                       CITY OF OAKLAND

                         PORT ORDINANCE NO. 80
Introduced by	                           Seconded by

                 AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FIELD RULES AND
                 OTHER LAWS AND REGULATIONS FOR THE USE
                 AND PROTECTION OF THE OAKLAND MUNICIPAL
                 AIRPORT AND THE PORT AREA OF THE CITY OF
                 OAKLAND AND TO PROTECT THE PUBLIC AND ITS
                 INTERESTS. AT SUCH AIRPORT, PRESCRIBING
                 PENALTIES; AND REPRAT,ING PORT ORDINANCE
                 NO. 20.


                  BE IT ORDAINED by the Board,of Port Commissioners
          of the City of Oakland as follows:
                 PART I. GENERAL RULES
                 Section 1. The Oakland Municipal Airport is
         and shall be conducted and managed as a terminal facility
         of the harbor of the City of Oakland for the promotion
         and accomodation of commerce, shipping and navigation
         and for other public uses and purposes consistent with
         the development of the Port of Oakland.
                 Section 2. Only aircraft and airmen licensed
         by the Secretary of Commerce of the United States shall
         operate on or over the airport or Port Area of the City
         of Oakland: Provided,however, this restriction shall not
         apply to public aircraft of the Federal Government, or
         of a State, Territory, or possession, or of a political
         subdivision thereof, or to aircraft licensed by a foreign
         country with which the United. States has a reciprocal
         agreement covering the operation of such licensed aircraft,
         except as may be otherwise provided by the statutes of
         the State of California.
                 Section 3. No person shall navigate any aircraft
         over, land upon, or fly the same from, or service, maintain,
         or repair any aircraft on the airport, or conduct any air-
         craft operations on or from the airport otherwise than in
         conformity with the requirements of the air commerce regula-
         tions established by the Secretary of Commerce under the
         authority of the air commerce act of 1926.
        Section 4. The air traffic rules as established
by the Secretary of Commerce under the authority of said
air commerce act of 1926 and now in effect are hereby
adopted by reference and made a part of these rules as
fully as if the same and, each and all of them were complete-
ly set forth herein°
        Section 5. No person shall use the airport as
a base or terminal for the carrying on of commercial
aviation, or the carrying of passengers, freight, express,
or mail, or for student flying, communications, or other
commercial purpose or transportation without first secur-
ing a permit from the Board of Port Commissioners or its
Port Manager, and paying the fees and charges prescribed
for the privilege of using the airport and its facilities,
for such commercial purposes and for services rendered.
No charge, however, shall be made for the general use of
the airport landing field as a public terminal.
        Section 6. No person shall engage in the sale
of refreshments or of any other commodity or service
within the confines of the airport without previously
having secured a permit from the Board of Port Commissioners,
or its Port Manager, and having paid or made satisfactory
arrangements to pay such fees or other sums of money as
the said Board may determine for such privilege.
        Section 7. Every person stationed or employed
upon the airport or receiving instruction thereon or
operating therefrom shall register at the administration
office of the airport and state his or her name,adaress,
telephone number, and nature of business or occupation.
        Section 8. The superintendent of the airport
shall at all times have authority to take such action
as may be necessary in the handling, conduct and
management of the public while flying or in attendance
at the airport, subject, however, to a review thereof
by the Port Manager or the Board of Port Commissioners.
        Section 9. The airport shall be open to render
service at all hours daily.
        Section 10. Lighting of the port for night
flying shall be done in accordance with the requirements
of the United States Department of Commerce for an Alit
rating on night-lighting equipment. If additional night
lighting or service is desired, the administration office
shall be duly notified.
        Section 11. All visiting pilots landing
on the airport shall report immediately to the adminis-
tration office andregister the following information:
    (1) License number, make and model of plane.
    (2) Owner of plane.
    (3) Pilot of plane and his license number.
    (4) Time of arrival and expected time of departure.
    (5) Number of crew.
    (6) Number of passengers.
    (7) Pilots local address and telephone number.
    (8) Such other information as may be required for record
        purposes.
        Section 12. Immediately prior to his departure
each visiting pilot shall report to the administration
office and cheek aut.
        Section 13. Payment for storage, repairs,
supplies, and other services rendered by the airport
shall be made before clearance will be granted, unless
other satisfactory arrangements have been made.
        Section 14. All repairs to aircraft and engines
shall be made in the spaces designated for this purpose
and not on the area reserved for landing and taking-off.
        Section 15. The aircraft owner, his pilot, or
agent, shall be responsible for the prompt disposal,
under the direction of the auperintendant of the airport,
of wrecked aircraft and the parts thereof to avoid all
interference with field operations, unless directed to
delay such action pending investigation of the accident.
        Section 16. Witnesses of and participants in
accidents on or near the airport shall make a full report
thereof to the administration office as soon after accidents
as possible and leave their names and addresses. They
shall render such further reports as may be required..
        Section 17. A fully eauipped first aid room,
with surgical and medical facilities, is provided in the
administration building at the airport, and is available
for use at all times upon communication with the superin-
tendent or any of the airport attendants.
        Section 16. Any parts of the landing area
temporarily unsafe for landing, or which are not
available for any cause, shall be clearly marked with
chrome yellow flags of sufficient size to draw attention
readily, and so placed as to show the boundary of
the dangerous area. The boundary of such dangerous
area shall be clearly marked throughout the hours of
the night (from sunset until sunrise), either with
electric lights with weatherproof fittings, with red
lanterns or with cocoanut type of oil road torches.
         Section 19. In recognition of the fact that
aviation is in a pioneering stage of development
subject to the hazards of weather, the exercise of
judgment, and the integrity of structure and accessories,
which hazards cannot be forseen, discovered or guarded
against by the exercise of due diligence, care and
skill, the privilege of using the said airport and its
facilities, and flying to, from or over the same, shall
be at all times conditioned upon the assumption of full
responsibility and risks therefor by every person
exercising or taking advantage of such privilege, who
shall, furthermore, at all times release, hold harmless
and indemnify the City of Oakland, the Board of Port
Commissioners and/or its executive officers from any
and all responsibility, liability, loss or damage -
resulting to such persons or his property or caused
by or on his behalf and/or incident to the manner in
which the airport is operated, constructed or mainr-
tained or served from within or used from without.
        The use of such airport or its facilities by
any person for any purpose, or the paying of any fees
therefor, or the taking off or landing aircraft there-
upon, shall be itself an acknowledgment that such person
accepts such privileges on the conditions herein set
forth and acknowledges that the said, airport and its
facilities are    maintained and operated by the said
city and Board in a governmental capacity.
        Section 20. No person shall take or use any
aircraft, or any parts or tools thereof, owned,
controlleder operated by any other person, while such
aircraft, parts, or tools are stored, housed or other-
wise left on the said airport or within its hangers,
without the written consent of the owner or operator
thereof, or other satisfactory evidence of the right to
do so duly presented to the superintendent of the air-
port.
        Section 21. The term "person" as used herein
shall be construed to include any person, firm, copartner-
ship, corporation, association, society, or club, singular
and plural.
        Section 22. The term "Board of Port Commissioners"
shall mean the legislative and administrative body of
the City of Oakland, a municipal corporation of the State
of California, having jurisdiction of the Port of Oakland
including the Oakland. Municipal Airport and its other terminal
facilities. The "Port Manager" shall mean the executive
officer and managing authority of such Board, and the term
"superintendent" shall be construed to mean the officer
having immediate charge of the airport.

        Part II. FLYING, LANDING, TAKING-OFF,
                        AND TAXIING.

        Section 30. The direction of aerial traffic
around the outside of the airport shall be clockwise
excepting when the wind is blowing from the east or
southeast in which event the direction shall be counter
clockwise. All aircraft flying within 3,000 feet
horizontally of the nearest point of the landing area
shall conform to this circuit rule unless flying at a
height in excess of 2,000 feet.
        Section 31. All aircraft approaching the air-
port shall fall in the line of traffic and. skirt the field
until a point has been reached where a landing can be
made into the wind and with a straight glide beginning at
least 1,000 feet from the leeward edge of the landing area.
        Section 32. Before landing at night pilots shall
circle the field not less than 180u.
        Section 33. The landing airplane has the right
of way over airplanes moving on the ground or taking off
and shall land so that any such airplane is at least 300
feet away in a lateral direction, but/this shall not excuse
the pilots of either or both such aircraft from the exercise
of due care and diligence.
        Section 34. So far as practicable, airplanes
landing shall land further southward from the "plane line"
than any airplane already landed or ready to take off.
        Section 35. If two airplanes are ready to land
at about the same time, the one flying at the higher
altitude shall maneuver to avoid the other, but this shall
not excuse the pilots of either or both such aircraft from
the exercise of due care and diligence.
        Section 36. Airplanes shall land and take off at
a safe distance from hangars and other buildings, obstacles,
areas reserved for spectators, and parking spaces for
automobiles, and shall clear all public streets on or
adjacent to the airport, including the eastern bowndary
of the airport, by an elevation of at least 100 feet.


                       50
        Section 37. Airplanes shall not take off or
land over hangars, buildings, obstructions, automobile
parking areas, or groups of spectators unless strictly
unavoidable.
        Section 38. When there is no wind or a wind, of
less than 5 miles per hour, airplanes shall land and
take off in westerly direction.
        Section 39. So far as practicable, any airplane
taking off shall not turn at less than 1,000 feet horizon-
tally beyond the nearest edge of the landing area, and if
a turn is made it shall be to the right, excepting when
otherwise required in complying with Section 30. This rule
shall apply up to a horizontal distance of 3,000 feet beyond
the nearest edge of the landing area unless the plane is
flying at a height in excess of 2,000 feet.
        Section 40. Except in the case of scheduled
operators, or aircraft operated by the Federal, Government
or other public authorities, the superintendent shall have
authority to suspend flying operations on or from the air!-
port when, in his opinion, the condition of the landing
area and/or local metrological conditions might make
such operations unsafe.
        Section 41. The airport is provided with all-way land-
ing facilities: (a) Planes taking off should start
the take-off from as near the leeward side of the landing
area as practicable; (b) The landing and take-off planes
shall be kept as free as possible of taxiing planes; (d)
planes shall taxi as little as possible consistent with
(a) and (b).
        Section 42. Aircraft landing or taking off shall
proceed to and from the operating line with the least
delay consistent with safety,
        Section 43. Upon landing on the airport a pilot
shall assure himself that there is no danger of collision
with other aircraft taking-off, landing, or taxiing before
and while taxiing to the line or other part of the airport.
All aircraft shall be taxied at a slow and reasonable
speed, not to exceed fifteen (15) miles Per hour, particular-
ly in the vicinity of hangars and other buildings, and
shall be brought to a full stop when in the vicinity of
landing airplanes, When near buildings, unless provided
with adequate brakes, an attendant shall be at at least
one wing.




                         6.
        Section 44.    Landplanes shall turn toward the
land after take-offo
          Section 45• No airplanes shall be taxied into
or   out of the hangars.
        Section 46, Seaplanes landing or taxiing Onto
the waters adjacent to the airport or elsewhere within
the port area shall have the right of way over those
taxiing away from or taking-off from such waters. Sea-
planes taking off from the airport channel in a westerly
direction shall follow the San Leandro Bay into San
Francisco Bay in turning to the left around the airport.
       Section 47. No person shall take any aircraft
from the landing area or hangars or operate same while
under the influence of, or using,or, except when otherwise
authorized by law, having personal possession of any
intoxicating liquor or habit-forming drugs.
        Section 48. Aircraft carrying the United States
Mail, or operating in connection with any regular
scheduled passenger or other transport line shall be
given the right of way on landings and take-offs.
        Section 49. The following signals from the
siren shall be observed:
     a.   One (1) long blast of siren -- All planes on
          the ground shall remain stationary until the
          mail and/or transport planes shall clear the
          field on taking off or landing.
     b.   Two (2) short blasts of siren--A71 flying
          operations may resume.
     0.   Repeated long blasts of siren (about fifteen
          seconds' duration)--Fire or other emergency
          alarm.
          PART III. RUNNING ENGINES
        Section 50. Blocks, equipped with ropes or
other suitable means of pulling them, shall always be
placed in front of the wheels before starting the
engine or engines, unless the airplane is provided
with thoroughly adequate brakes or with mechanics on
the wings.




                          7.
        Section 51. No aircraft engine shall be
started or run unless a licensed pilot or competent
mechanic shall be in the cockpit attending the
controls.
        Section 52. No aircraft engines, or motors
of any type shall be run in hangars, except in
operating under Section 88.
          Section 53. No aircraft shall be fueled while
the   engine is running.
          Section 54. In starting an aircraftengine
the                                          person
      customary procedure shall be used by the
operating the starting device and the person at the
engine controls. All challenges and signals between
the former and the latter shall be clearly understood
and so indicated by repetition before action is taken
by either.
        Section 55. Aircraft shall be started and
warmed up only in the places designated for such
purposes by the airport authorities. At no time
shall any engines be tuned up in such position that
hangars, shops, or other buildings, or any group of
people in the observation areas, shall be in the path
of the propeller stream.
         Section 56. Persons attached to or employed at
the airport shall observe extreme caution when in the
vicinity of turning propellers and shall make it their
duty to warn uninitiated persons of the danger of being
struck./
        Section 57. When engines are not running, the
propellers of all aircraft on the airport shall be left
in a horizontal position. (This refers to 2-blade
propellers only).

          PART IV. INSTRUCTION FLYING AND TEST FLIGHTS.

          Section 60. All persons instructing student
pilots in flying on the airport shall fully acquaint
such students with the rules and regulations in effect
on the port and shall be responsible for the conduct
of said students while under their instruction.




                         8.
        Section 61. Student pilots when soloing shall
display one white streamer on the out board inner strut
of each wing of the aircraft until such pilots are
eligible to apply for private pilot's license.
        Section 6E. The personnel engaging in test
flights shall be limited, in each case to the number
necessary properly to perform the required test. At
no time shall passengers be carried on such flights as
ballast.
        Section 63. Students shall not be instructed
between flights on the heavily traveled portion of the
field. Such instruction shall be allowed apa.ty near the
menthe= or western boundary of the sirpart/or some other
little used portion.                    -

           PART V. PARKING AND MOORING AREAS,   DIT AD   LINE, ETC.

        Section 70. All unhoused aircraft shall be parked
in the space designated for this purpose and shall be
firmly secured to the ground by ropes and stakes, or
otherwise, when left unattended or during weather conditions
which indicate the necessity therefor. Owners of such
aircraft shall be held responsible for any damage result-
ing from failure properly to comply with this rule.
        Section 71. The plane or operating line shall be
designated by the Port Manager.
        Section 72. A dead line shall also be designated
by the Port Manager and no person, excepting a pilot or
mechanic attached to the airport or employed by the owner
of a plane or an operator on said airport or an owner of
such plane, or duly authorized officers or officials
charged with the duty of enforcing local state, or federal
laws or regulations, shall cross the dead line or enter
upon the flying field unless he is to participate in a
flight. If such person is to participate in a flight he
shall not cross the dead line until the plane in which he
is to fly has come to a full stop and the pilot thereof
has signaled that he is ready. Such person shall, upon
alighting from the plane, leave the landing area by the
shortest possible route.
        Section 73. The dead line is indicated at the
airport by a fence and other suitable markers. it may
be changed from time to time as conditions require.
        Section 74. Parking spaces and drives are
provided, and automobiles and other vehicles shall
stay within these limits, with the exception of vehicles
regularly employed in the service of the airport.


                         9.
        Section 75. Aircraft afloat shall be securely
moored in the area designated for this purpose, and the
owners of such craft shall be held responsible for any
damage resulting from failure properly to comply with
the requirements of this rule.
         Section 76. No private automobile or trucks
shall be permitted to be serviced from the gasoline
pits provided on the airport field for the use of
aircraft
        Section 77. No person shall operate any motor
vehicle in excess of twenty miles per hour upon any
roadway or portion of any area upon the airport used
for the traffic or parking of automobiles.
        Section 78. No person shall except while
actually discharging or receiving freight or passengers,
leave any automobile standing along the cement curb of
the airport road leading from Maitland Drive westerly
along the line of the hangars, except also that automobiles
engaged in the official business of the port may be parked
inside of the curved drive extending from the hotel to the
administration building.
         PART VI.            FIRE REGULATIONS.
        Section 80. All persons using in any way the
airport or its facilities shall exercise the utmost
care to guard against fire and injury to persons or
property.
        Section 81. No person shall strike a match or
smoke in any hangar or any room or building on the
airport, except in offices, waiting rooms, or buildings
in which smoking is specifically authorized.
        Section 82. No airplane shall be fueled, or
drained while the engine is running, or while in a
hangar or other inclosed space. Fueling shall be through
a metal line hose with continuous metallic contact
established between the discharge nozzle, metal lining of
hose, and main fuel tank or ground lines, and, in the
case of fuel trucks, between main fuel tank or fuel
lines and the ground, Metallic contact shall be
established between the discharge nozzle and the air-
plane fuel tank before filling is started and, maintained
throughout the entire filling Operation. When a chamois
or screen funnel strainer is used, it shall be placed in
the airplane fuel tank and a ground connection provided
to connect the discharge nozzle with the funnel.




                      1 0.
        Section 83. The heating of oil shall be
restricted to steam, hot water, hot air, or electric
heaters approved by the National Board of Fire
Underwriters.
        Section 84. The cleaning of motor parts or
other parts of the airplane in hangars shall be with
noninflammable liquids. If volatile flammable liquids
are employed for this purpose, cleaning operations shall
be carried on in the open air, or during rainy weather
on the threshold of hangars with the hangar doors wide
open, or in such separate building constructed of fire-
resistive material and complying with the requirements
of the National Board of Fire Underwriters as may be
provided therefor.
        Section 85. Repairs on storage floors of hangars
shall be limited to inspections and replacements of parts
and to repairs incident thereto.
        Section 86. Welding operations or the use of
any appliance with open flames or highly heated parts,
including electric soldering irons, in hangars shall be
unlawful. Such operations shall be carried on in the
public aircraft repair shop maintained on the airport or
in the open air away from hangars. Fire extinguishers
of an approved type must be kept with each welding unit
while in use. In inclement weather, canvas or other
covering may be used to shield the operations from the
rain or wind.
        Section 87. The process of "doping", except
minor patching not to exceed 144 square inches at any
one time, shall not be carried on in the hangars, except
under proper safeguard when otherwise unavoidable and
only with the express permission of the Port Manager
        Section 88. No automobiles, motor trucks, or
tractors shall enter hangars except in connection with
operations on the airport, and hangar entrances shall
be kept clear at all times.
        Section 89. Floors shall be kept clean and free
from oil. The use of volatile flammable solvents for
cleaning floors is prohibited.




                        1 1.
        Section 90. Drip pans shall be placed under
motors and kept clean at all times.
        Section 91. Suitable metal receptacles with
self-closing covers shall be provided for the storage
of oily waste, rags, and, other rubbish. The contents
of these receptacles shall be removed daily.
         Section 92. All empty oil, paint, and varnish
cans, bottles, or other containers shall be immediately
removed from the hangars and not allowed to remain on
floors or wall stringers.
        Section 93. All lockers shall be constructed
of metal or other suitable fire-resistive material and
shall be subject to inspection for cleanliness and, fire
hazards upon demand of the superintendent of the airport.
        Section 94. No boxes, crates, rubbish, paper,
or litter of any kind shall be permitted to be stored in
or about hangars, except in the lean-tos thereof.
        Section 95. Gasoline, kerosene, ethyl, ether,
or other flammable liquids, including those used in
connection with the process of "doping" shall not be
kept or stored in hangars or be permitted to remain in
open pans or other containers while inside of hangars.
The storage of such liquids shall be in compliance with
the regulations of the National Board of Fire Underwriters
for the canstruction and installation of containers for
flammable liquids. Lubricating oils may be kept within
hangars when stored in containers and provided, with draw-
off devices, both approved for this purpose by said board.
        Section 96. Gasoline and other inflammable
liquids used for washing planes shall be kept in safety
containers of not more than five gallon capacity of such
type as is approved by the National Board of Fire
Underwriters.
        Section 97. No cylinders or flasks of compressed
flammable gases shall be stored in hangars or the lean-tos,
excepting in rooms provided therefor with the permission of
the Port Manager.
        Section 98. All heating equipment and fuel-
burning appliances installed on the airport shall be in
accordance with the requirements of the National Board of
Fire Underwriters.




                        12.
        Section 99. No flammable liquids shall be
thrown overboard, from any seaplane or other water craft
at the airport or within the port area.
        Section 100. All buildings on the airport
and every repair shop, doping or welding room shall be
provided with first aid fire appliances as required by
the National Board of Fire Underwriters and, the Board
of Fire Prevention of the City of Oakland.
        PART VII - PENALTIES, ETC.
        Section 110. It shall be unlawful to violate
or refuse to obey any of the foregoing rules or
regulations.
        Section 111. Any person operating or handling
any aircraft in violation of these rules, or refusing to
comply therewith, may be promptly removed or rejected from
the airport or be temporarily "gronnded" by or under the
authority of the superintendent of the airport and upon the
order of the Port Manager or the Board of Port Commissioners
may be deprived of the further use of the airport and its
facilities for such length of time as may bexequired to
insure the safeguarding of the same and the public and its
interests therein.
        Section 112. Every person who shall violate, disobey
or refuse to comply with any of the provisions of this ordi-
nance, or any of the provisions of law incorporated therein,
shall, upon conviction i be punishable by fine and penalty,
not exceeding five hundred dollars ($500.00) or by imprison-
ment in the prison of the City of Oakland for not more than
six (6) months, or by both such fine and imprisonment.
        Section 113. In case imlvc‘t any section or sections
or part of any section of this ordinance shall be found to
be invalid for any reason the remainder of the ordinance
shall not thereby be invalidated but, in accordance with
the intention of the Board hereby expressed, shall remain in
full force and effect, all parts of this ordinance being
hereby declared separable and independent of all others.




                          13,
                       Section 114, Port Ordinance No. 20
              and all ordinances in conflict herewith are
              hereby repealed.
                       Section 115. This ordinance shall take
              effect immediately,


                  Tn Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, California,
                  March 17th, 1930. Passed to print for one day by
                  the following Vote: Ayes: Commissioners Leet, Pardee,
                  Pendleton, Swan and. President Fisher -5- Noes: None
                  Absent: None.




Adopted at a	      regular          meeting held March 24th, 1930.
By the following Vote:
Ayes:	       Commissioners Leet, Pardee, Pendleton, Swan and President
                                                      Fisher -5-
Noes:	       None
Absent: None



                                         Attest
Approved as to form and legality:
	




                                                               Affidavit of Publication
                                                        IN THE MATTER OF                                                        Affidavit of Publication of

                City of Oakland                                                                                            Ordinance Providing Field

                Port of Oakland                                                                                           Rules and other Laws and

                                                                                                                           Regulations

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                        BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                              CITY OF OAKLAND

                                         PORT ORDINANCE NO. 79
Introduced by	                                        Seconded by
                           AN ORDINANCE ADDING ITEM- NO.267 TO PORT
                           ORDINANCE NO. 60.



                      BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
            of the City of Oakland as follows:
                      SECTION 1. An item numbered 267 is hereby added
            to Port Ordinance No. 60 as an additional section to the
            tariff of the Port of Oakland, and the rate therein mentioned
            is hereby fixed to read as follows:
                                          Foreign - Outbound
                                              Commodity
                       Item 267 - Grain, ex Barge direct to vessel •.. 25 cents
                      SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect
            immediately.

                  In Board of Port Commissioners,Oakland, Calif.April 7,1930.
                  Passed to print for one day by the following vote:
                  Ayes: Commissioners Leet, Pardee, Pendleton and
                  President Fisher -4- Noes: None. Absent: Commls-
                  sioner Swan.




Adopted at a regular       meeting held April 14 t h , 1930.
By the following Vote:
Ayes:	         Commissioners Leet, Pardee, Pendleton, Swan and President
                                                  Fisher -5-
Noes:	         None
Absent:	         None


                                             Attest
Approved as to form and legality:
                        /`2;isze..e.1	
                 ort Attorney
	




                                          Affidavit of Publication
                                       IN THE MATTER OF	                                              Affidavit of Publication of

         City of Oakland                                                                        An Ordinance Adding Item

         Port of Oakland                                                                        #267 to Port Ordinance
                                                                                                #60

                 STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                                                               55.
                     COUNTY OF ALAMEDA
         PORAP OttOINA.NOla NO. 79.	
                                                                                       S   R Irwin
       n(3 ( ) TOIN '0 7ln)	
           7      P1                                    f said County, being duly sworn, says:
                    T cfORDAINED r by. Ike Board	            That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male
                               frAir,„_s;	        c'LY zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
                   l'ION 1.	     n	         mbered
                                           urn
                    hereb y added	          Port Ordi- interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
                   !Vo. 60 as an additional set,
                       the t, riff of th, I ort • of
       tit>,	
                     . and the rate therein men-	            That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
                    is hereby fixed to read as
                        Foreig-n-Onthounti
                                                       clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
                            C.nemodit,                 and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
           Item 267—Grain,. eX :barge di-	
                  rFct to vessei....25 cents
          SB,CTION 2. This ordinance shall inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation as that term
      take effet,t immediate-.
         In Board of Port Commission er,, is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec.
    Oakland Calif., April 7,
         Passed to print for one day 7)y twit, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
    the following vote: Ayes—Commis-
    sioners Beef. Pardee, Pendleton and of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
    P,-^ -clent Bisher. -4.	 Noes—None.
              nt—Corninissioner Swan.                  gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                           G. D. HEGARDT,	
            etary, Board of Port Commis-
        sioners.	                                      scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
    	          --	 602-April 10-3L.	                   instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                                       or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                                       inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                                       advertisements in said newspaper.
                                                             That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                                       intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                                       more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                                       mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                                       preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                                       scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                                       intended to be given.
                                                        That the notice All   Ordinance Adding Item #267 to Port
                                                    Ordinance 160
                                                   of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                                           I time
                                                   to-wit: from the 	      10th 	 day of	                     April 	 A. D. 19 30
                                                   to and until the	       10th 	 day of	                     April 	A. D. 19 30
                                                   both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                   lished, to-wit:— On tn_e 10th             day of' April, 1930



                                                   Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                   10th       day of    April   A. D. 1930



                                                                                Notary Public in and for the Coun
                2 roam Apv. 7 50 21.4 10-29 7228
                       BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                             CITY OF OAKLAND

                                    PORT ORDINANCE NO. 78
Introduced by	                                          Seconded by
                        AN ORDINANCE AIvNDING SECTION 1.4
                        OF PORT ORDINANCE NO. 8.




                     BE Tr ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
           of the City of Oakland as follows:
                     SECTION 1. Section 1.4 of Port Ordinance No. 8
           is hereby amended to read as follows:
                         Section 1,4--Executive Secretary, $175
                               'per month.
                         SECTION 2.         This ordinance shall take effect
           immediately.

                  In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, California,
                  MarchlOth, 1930. Passed to print for one day by
                  the following vote: Ayes: Commissioners Leet, Pardee,
                  Pendleton, Swan and President Fisher -5- Noes: None
                  Absent: None.




At	     a regular                   meeting held   March 17th, 19'60.

Passed by the following Vote:
Ayes:	    Commissioners Leet, Pardee, Pendleton Swan and President.
                                              Fisher -5-
Noes:	    None
Absent:     None




                                            Attest•
                                                                          Secretary.
Approved as to form	    legality:


                        Port Attorney.
                     ti




                                        Affidavit of Publication
                                     IN THE MATTER OF                                                       Affidavit of Publication of

        City of Oakland                                                                                 An Ordinance Amending

        Port of Oakland                                                                                 Section 14 of Port

                                                                                                        Ordinance #8

                 STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                     COUNTY OF ALAMEDA
                                                                                              S R Irwin
   p owr ORDINANCE NO.            7h.
       ORDINANCE             AMENDING            of said County, being duly sworn, says:
    1 ION  1.4      OF    PORT    ORDI-
N 11, E NO. 8.
 LC. TT GRDA/NED by the Board
                                                       That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
   l'orL Commissioners of the City               zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
      „,c1," n 1. as follows:
    -
 Sr, TION 1. Section 1.4 of Port
 ,11,,,mce No. 8 is hereby amended               interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
  r,	      as follows:
                       I:,.,cutive Secretary,          That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
             3,,onth
                 2.	 Phis ordinance shall
                                                 clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
                      Port Commissioners,
                     fornia, March 10th,         and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
                 Print for one day by the ;
                   Ay       es--Commission- ,
                                                 inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
        F I    Pardee. Pendleton, Swan
              dent Fish er-1. Noes-              is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
                   t---None.	      •
                     G. M. HEGARDT,              tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
         ry Board of Port Con-m-11s
                                                 of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
             . 5 :G-Har. 1 3-It
                                                 gence of a general character, 'having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                                                 scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                                 instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                                 or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                                 inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                                 advertisements in said newspaper.
                                                       That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                                 intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                                 more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                                 mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                                 preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                                  scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                                 intended to be given.
                                                       That the notice         An Ordinance Amending Section 14 of
                                                 Port Ordinance                                                                         #8
                                                  of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                                               1 time
                                                 to-wit: from the	             13th day of 	                      March 	 A. D. 19        30
                                                 to and until the 	            13th 	 day of 	                    March 	 A. D. 19 30 ,
                                                 both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                 lished, to-wit:---. .. gn :A4.P ... 1.3 -.P..4. .. 44Y___ 9X.   JACI.r.9h., ... 1930



                                                 Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                  .1.3th 	    day of ...Marreh...A. D. 193.0.




        0,09.2 FORM ADv.-50 2M 10-29      7228
                    BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                          CITY OF OAKLAND

                               PORT ORDINANCE NO. 77

Introduced by	                                Seconded by

                         AN ORDINANCE ADDING SECTION 7.547 TO
                         PORT ORDINANCE NO. 8.



                    BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
             of the City of Oakland as follows:
                   SECTION 1. Section 7.547 is hereby added to Port
            Ordinance No. 8 to read as follows:
                         Section 7.547--Maintenance Electrician,
                             4.80.00 per month.
                   SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect im-
            mediately.

                  In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, Calif.
                  February 10th, 1930. Passed to print for one
                  day by the following vote: Ayes: Commissioners
                  Leet,Swan and President Fisher -3- Noes; None
                  Absent: Commissioners Pardee and Pendleton -2-




Adopted at a regular           meeting held February 17th, 1930
By the following Vote:
Ayes:	    Commissioners Leet, Swan and President Fisher -3-
Noes:	    None
Absent: Commissioners Pardee and Pendleton -



                                    Attest
                                Affidavit of Publication
                              IN THE MATTER OF                                            Affidavit of Publication of

      City of Oakland                                                                  An Ordinance adding section
      Port of Oakland                                                                7.547 to Port Ordinance No. 8.


            STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                                               	
                COUNTY OF ALAMEDA                                 S R Irwin
        POWY OODYNANCID NO. ...
                                           d      sai
    AN ORDINANCE,' ADDING- SEC- of	C'ounty, being du
  'ION 7.547 'TO PORT. ORDINANCE
                                                                 ly sworn, says:
    BE IT ORDAINED 1,y the Board	
   r Oak/and as follows:	 of thc, City
     -Port Conlnaissionert;
                                                     That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
   '
    :SECTIONT . I. Section 7...7,47 is h.      zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
      added	 to O rdinance N. d   o S to r e a interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
     folloWs:
    Section 7,547-3raintenance
   fcian ON  SIS0-00 Per- me,11,-	                   That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
    S ECT I	       2 . 7'111s ordina.nca
lake ffeot inlnledlatelY.
    T/1 Board of Port CounnissionPrs, clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
     kland. Calif.. February 10th. 1830.
l'ass.. _ to print for one day by the and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
    '1,,7'ng Note: Ayes: Commission-
               Sa-an and President :Fisher
          tioe, ?krone. Ahsent: Commis- inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
             Pardee nnd Pendleton—I'.
       , I etary, Board of Port •Corn: 11s- is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
                                HEGARDT.	

                5 .54-rob. 1Z-It	    .0-       tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State
                                           of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
                                           gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                                           scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                           instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                           or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                           inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                           advertisements in said newspaper.
                                                Thal said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
                                           intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                           more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                           mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                           preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                           scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                           intended to be given.
                                                   That the notice   Ordinance Adding Section 7.547 to Port
                                            Ordinance No. 8
                                           of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                                   ti me

                                           to-wit: from the 	        13th 	 day of 	          February         A. D. 1930
                                       I   to and until the 	        13th 	 day of 	          February	         A. D. 19 30
                                           both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                           lished, to-wit:—       On the 13th day of February, 1930


                                           Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                           13th         day of   February D. 19 3


     4rc2 FORM Aov.-50 2M 10-29 7228
                  BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                        CITY OF OAKLAND

                           PORT ORDINANCE NO. 76
I   ntroduced by Mr. Leet                 Seconded by Mr. Swan
                      AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE USE
                      OF THE RIGHTS OF WAY ON NINTH AVENUE
                    EXTENDED, IN PART, FOR SPUR TRACKS IN
                     LIEU OF OTHER STREET USES.



                    BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
           of the City of Oakland as folloms:.
                     HEHEAS, by Port Ordinance No. 24 adopted on April
           30th, 1928, the City of Oakland, a municipal corporation,
           acquired certain properties at the foot of Ninth Avenue
           (a public street), in the Port Area of said city which, by
           virtue of certain deeds exchanged in the year 1891 between
           the then adjoining property owners and recorded in the re-
           cords of Alameda County in Volume 437 of the Book of Deeds
           at page 392 and in Volume 437 thereof at page 422, was sub-
           ject, in part, to a perpetual right of way for all street
           purposes in favor of the respective adjoining property owners,
           along the area of the southeast half of Ninth Avenue extended
           to ship channel, and
                      WHEREAS, the adjoining property now owned by
           Income Properties of California, Inc., is likewise subject
           to a similar right of way along the northwest half of said
           Ninth Avenue as an appurtenance to the said real properties
           so acquired by the City of Oakland, and
                       WHEREAS, it is to the interests of the public
           in the development of the local harbor and to the City of
           Oakland and mutually advantageous to said adjoining proper-
           ties that said rights of way be utilized, in part for the
           installation and operation of industrial spur tracks, in
           lieu of other street uses, now therefore,
                        SECTION 1, The President ofthe Board of Port
           Commissioners, on behalf of the City of Oakland as the first
           party or city, is hereby authorized and directed to execute
           and acknowledge an agreement with the said Income Properties
           of California, Inc., as the second party, setting forth the
           foregoing matters and containing substantiAlly the following
           terms, covenants and conditions, to-wit:
                1. That each of the said parties, (their successors
           and assigns), as such adjoining property owners shall be
           entitled to install, maintain and operate in perpetuity at
           its own expense, spur tracks along the respective portion
           of Ninth Avenue extended which may lie on its property and
           to connect said spur tracks with the main line tracks of
the Southern Pacific dompany and of other railroad com-
panies at or near the crossingof Ninth Avenue. The sec-
ond party shall have a right to connect such. track with
said main line tracks across the property of the city with
a curve the radius of which shall not be greater than
three hundred feet.    Either party may permit cars to re-
main standing on such spur tracks as may be constructed
exclusively on its res pective property, but neither party
shall permit any cars to stand on the other party's property
or to block the access to such property, or to or across
any public street.
     2. That a galvanized metal fence at least five (5)
feet high shall, when required by the city, be constructed
along the center line of said Ninth Avenue extended (said
line being the common boundary line), at the mutual expense
of the said parties, said fence to commence at a point ap-
proximately 150 feet southwesterly from the southwestern
line of the railroad right of way of the Southern Pacific
Company and to continue southwestwardly along said extension
of the center line of Ninth Avenue to the wharf structures
which may hereafter be erected on or near the ship channel.
      3. That such spur tracks shall be constructed at
a grade to be established by the city for a distance of
not less than one hundred and fifty (150) feet from the
southwestern line of the railroad right of way of the southern
Pacific Company to a point opposite the commencement of the
aforesaid. fence, and so maintained by the respective parties
as tb permit the public to travel freely across the same in
connection with any street which may be constructed along
or near the said railroad right of way of the Southern'
Pacific Company.
      4. That the city shall reserve the right to erect
or cause to be erected an overhead crossing or elevated
roadway and foundations for piers or other supports therefor
at any time it should hereafter construct or cause to be
constructed such overhead crossing or elevated road along
or near Ninth Avenue extended across and. over the existing
railroad tracks along the northwest half of the said area
in Ninth lorenue extended to such a distance (but not to
exceed two hundred feet) as it may deem necessary or pro
per in order to support the southern end of such overhead
crossing and permit approaches to be made thereto from
alongside of or near the said railroad right og way.
Should the location of any s pur track on such property
in the area of said extension of Ninth Avenue interfere
with the erection of any such piers or supports, the
alignment of such spur tracks shall be changed at the ex-
pense of the city to permit the erection of such piers or
            supports, and such overhead crossing shall be so con-
            structed as not to interfere with the access to or use
            of the spur tracks.
                5. That the installation, operation and maintenance
           of the spur tracks mentioned in paragraph 1 hereof shall
           be in lieu of all other street uses, reservations and ease-
           ments whatsoever, provided, nothing in such agreement
           shall interfere with or affect the right of the city to
           utilize and improve for street purposes the rights of way
           for a width of one hundred feet possessed by it across
           Ninth Avenue extended and towards Fifth Avenue Extension
           over the properties of the second party and along the
           southern side of the said Southern Pacific Cempany l s rail-
           road right of way, which 100 foot right of way for pur-
           poses of a public street is hereby ratified, confirmed and
           approved.
                Provided, further, that in the event that the use of
           the said area of Ninth Avenue extended for the maintenance
           of spur tracks should ever be abandoned, in whole or in
           part, the use thereof for other street purposes shall there,-
           by be fully restored.
                     SECTION 2. This ordinance shall take effect
           immediately.


               In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, Calif.,
               February 3rd, 1930. Passed to print for one day
               by the following vote: Commissioners Leet, Swan
               and President Fisher -3- Noes: None Absent:
               Commissioners Pardee and Pendleton -2-




Adopted at a regular      meeting held February 10, 1930.
By the following Vote:
Ayes:	     Commissioners Leet, Swan and President Fisher    - 3-
Noes:      None
Absent:    Commissioners Pardee And Pendleton,

                                                                   President.
                                Attest
                                                                   Secretary.
                                         Affidavit of Publication
                                     IN THE MATTER OF                                            Affidavit of Publication of

          City of Oakland                                                                  Ordinance Providing for
     1,fityjo–s011-q1k,	
                                                                                           use of Rights of Way on

                                                                                           9th Avenue
    UOJNVIS 111
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                                                                               S R         Irwin
                                            km'said County, being duly sworn, says:
                                             of
  1
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-pool uo atrarrouoa sno.touint; ,1qr1 1.L
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                     "1.101C{I1II3H @@USO
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                                                         That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
-T14.1FLIT SiLLE, '...1AOSSOTLIOT @DLIpUILI am. ,_ clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
1•171a1 aioa-u Pucaas sal 81acV 'uji■S-pla
aan ac 2upuosaad aac FS@ istat ST7na : and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
darlaH 47,11 alaIrlAs '2Cp000ao ,Fad , inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
-.41 0 '3 IO L L 0-e U ..'A el.) a a Fa 7a-la
                                                   is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
                                                   tion, is printed and published in the City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State

            ][1 SP 131,
                                                   of California, for the dissemination of local and telegraphic news and intelli-
  AV9                                              gence of a general character, having a bona fide subscription list of paying sub-
                                                   scribers, and is not devoted to the interests or published for the entertainment or
                                                   instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
                                                   or for any number of such classes, professions, trades, callings, races or denom-
                                                   inations, and as such clerk has now and at all of said times had charge of all
                                                   advertisements in said newspaper.
         saut..END
M CI3A.3310.0D 314.1.”                                   That said newspaper has been established, printed and published at regular
     11.10.1j .pus                                 intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
                                                   more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                                   mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                                   preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                                   scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                                   intended to be given.
                                                                Ordinance Providing for use of rights
                                                    That the notice
                                               of            way on 9th Avenue
                                               of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                                       1 time
                                               to-wit: from the 	      8th 	 day of 	                    February     A. D. 1930

                                               to and until the 	      8th 	 day of 	                    February     A. D. 19 30     ,
                                               both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                               lished, to-wit:—     On the Elth day of' February , 1930



                                               Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                8th day of 'ebruari. D. 19_30.


                                                                          Notary Public in and for the
               2 FORM ADV.-50 2M 10 -29 7228
                BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                      CITY OF OAKLAND

                         PORT ORDINANCE NO. 75

Introduced by Mr. Swan                Seconded by Mr. Leet

                 AN ORDINANCE AWARDING TO OAKLAND YACHT
                 CLUB, a corporation, A LEASE OF A YACHT
                 HARBOR; DETERMINING THAT NOTICE OF
                 INTENTION TO AWARD SAID T,F,ASE HAS BEEN
                 DULY GIVEN AND THAT SATD CORPORATION WAS
                 THE HIGHEST RESPONSIBLE BIDDER AT TEE
                 HIGHEST RENT ANDTHAT IT IS TO THE PUBLIC
                 INTEREST THAT ITS. BID BE ACCEPTED; ACCEPT-
                 ING SAID BID FOR SAID LEASE; AND AUTHORIZ-
                 ING AND DIRECTING THE EXECUTION THEREOF.


                 WHEREAS, pursuant to Resolution No. 1469 of the
       Board of Port Commissioners of the City of Oakland, said
       Board duly caused to be published in "The Oakland Tribune"
       (being a newspaper of general circulation printed and pub-
       lished in said city and being the official newspper of said
       city) a notice of intention to make a lease of an area of
       land near the foot of Nineteenth Avenue of the City of Oak-
       land for a yacht harbor (which area was particularly described
       in said notice) for a term of ten (10) years, unless sooner
       terminated, and
                WHEREAS, pursuant to said notice, this Board at
      the time and place specified in said notice as the time and
      place for receiving bids for said lease, to-wit: on Monday,
      the 6th day of January, 1930, at the hour of 4:30 o'clock
      P.M. of said day, at its regular meeting room in said City
      of Oakland, met in open session for the purpose of receiving
      bids at public auction for said proposed lease, and did
      then and there receive from the Oakland Yacht Club (a cor
      poration) a bid as required by said Resolution No. 1469 of-
      fering to pay the sum of $24,600.00 in monthly instalments
      as set forth in such offer, and said corporation having de-
      livered to said Board a certified check in the amount of
      $150.00 payable to the Secretary of said Board, as required
      by said notice; and no other bid or bids for said lease
      having been made or submitted, and
                  WHEREAS the said Oakland Yacht Club is an estab-
      lished and responsible organization consisting of more than.
      fifty members, the majority of whom are bona fide residents
      of the City of Oakland and the Board has satisfied itself
      of its qualifications, responsibility, experience, financial
      standing, good faith and general ability to carry out the
      provisions of the said lease, now therefore,,
       BB IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners of
  the City of Oakland, as follows:

        SECTION 1.    That the Board of Fort Commissioners of
   the City of Oakland hereby finds and determines that notice
   of intention to award said. lease has been given for the
   time and in the manner prescribed by law; that all require-
- •ments of law precedent to the awardof said lease have been
   duly complied with; that said Oakland Yacht Club is the
   highest responsible bidder for sai4dease at the highest
   rent; and that it is and will be to the public interest
   that its bid be accepted.

        SECTION 2. That said bid be and the same is hereby
  accepted, and said lease is hereby awarded to said Oakland
  Yacht Club and that the same be substantially in the fo.u.ii
  and subject to the terms, conditions, covenants and agree-
  ments set forth in said form of proposed lease.

        SECTION 3. The Port Attorney is hereby directed to
  prepare said lease in quadruplicate in conformity with
  said notice, the provisions of this ordhance and said bid;
  and the President of this Board is hereby authorized and
  directed, for and in the name of said City of Oakland to
  sign said lease and the Secretary of this Board is hereby
  authorized and directed to attest such signing; and that
  such signing and attesting shall constitute due execution
  thereof by said City.

         SECTION 4. That upon the execution of said lease by
  said Oakland Yacht Club and the payment of all costs of
  publication of this ordinance and of said notice, said
  Secretary be and he is hereby authorized and directed to re-
  turn to said bidder said check in the amount of 415WD here-
  inabove mentioned.
                       SECTION 5. This ordinance shall be publisbed
              in the manner prescribed by the Charter of the City of
              Oakland and shall take effect at the time and in the man-
              ner provided for by Section 178 of said City Charter.




                    In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, Calif.,
                    February 3rd, .1930.  Passed to print for one
                    day by the following vote: Commissioners Leet,
                    Swan and President Fisher -3- Noes: None.
                    Absent: Commissioners Pardee and Pendleton -2-




Adopted at a            regular   meeting held February 10th, 1930.
By the following Vote:
Ayes:             Commissioners Leet, Swan and President Fisher -3-
Noes:	           None
Absent:           Commissioners Pardee and Pendleto



                                       Attest
Approved as to f. and legality:
         6?„...1„4-eX

                  Port Attorney
	




                                                                                    lAidavit of Publication
                                                                               IN THE MATTER OF	
                                                                                                                                          Affidavit of Publication of
                                       City of Oakland	                                                                                Ordinance awarding to
                                       Port of Oakland 	                                                                               Oakland Yacht Club,
                                                                                                                                      A Corporation, lease of
                                                                                                  	                                   a Yacht Harbor
                                                    STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                                                                                              	          SS.
                                                            COUNTY OF ALAMEDA
                      PORT ORDINANCE: NO.
                                            715.
                                                                                                                              S R Irwin
              ,
                AN ORDINANCE AW
              I
                0.A.ICLA.NDYACI1T CLUB, A COR-TO
             I PO                      ARDING                                             of said County, being duly sworn, says:
                     RATION, A ',EASE OP A YACEIT
             . EARBOR; DETERMINING T.H.AT
               N_UXICE OF INT
               .• sarne he           ENTION - TO	                                               That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
                             b
              !To	 a	
               3 a,
                 tio                           rErli,                                     Zen of the United States, over the age of twenty-one years, not a party to or
                lease.                                                                    interested in the matter or action herein set forth.
                                       or
                . SECTION
                    h erebTile	
                         ase   i
                               Sa	
                                        U       r       C                                       That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
                                                                                          clerk of THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., a corporation, the publisher
                  - 1	               00,31(1	                              h er           and printer of the OAKLAND TRIBUNE, which was during all the time here-
                   rI
                    n oa.a	 JC.31;1721,,,                                                 inafter mentioned, and now is a newspaper of general circulation, as that term
                     ;uann v dt	
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                                                )
                                          3 a                                             is defined by Section 4460 of the Political Code, and as provided by said Sec-
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                                   0.111
                                 auop	         due          s-eA'	
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                                                  i a	 WC!.-qi.,3, 	                     instruction of a particular class, profession, trade, calling, race or denomination
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                              Alortaj sno n;saatuag :	
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                                                                  11 i
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                                                           s
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                                                                         i En.; 	        intervals, in the said City of Oakland, County of Alameda, State of California, for
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                                                                 13

                            s.zapamort Atreav: oAt,E,        soil
                                                                                        more than two years preceding the date of the first publication of the notice herein
                                                '&9,.. T:9
                                                      ‘,.
                                                                     .
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                                                                                        mentioned; that said notice was set in type not smaller than nonpareil, and was
                                                                                        preceded with words printed in black face type not smaller than nonpareil, de-
                                                                                        scribing and expressing in general terms, the purport and character of the notice
                                                                                        intended to be given.
                                                                                            That the notice Ordinance Awarding to Oakland Yacht
                                                                                         Club, A Corporation, Lease of a Yacht Harbor
                                                                                         of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                                                                               1       time
                                                                                        to-wit: from the 	     8th day of 	 February A. D. 1930
                                                                                        to and until the	 	    8th day of 	 February	 4. D. 1930
                                                                                        both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                                                        lished,to _wit,— On the 8th day of February, 1930




                                                                                        Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                                                        8th day of February . D . 1930


                                            FORM ADv.-50 21, 10-29 7228
                BOARD OF PORT COMMISSIONERS
                      CITY OF OAKLAND

                           PORT ORDINANCE NO. 74
Introduced by Dr. Pardee               Seconded by

                 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE FIRST PARAGRAPH
                 OF ITEM 2 (SECTION 1) OF PORT ORDINANCE
                 NO. 31 AND ADDING ITEMS 2a AND 2b TO SAID
                 SECTION 1.



                BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Port Commissioners
       of the City of Oakland, as follows:
                SECTION 1. The first paragraph of Item 2 of Sec-
       tion 1 of Port Ordinance No. 31 is hereby amended to read as
       follows:
                 Item 2 - Commercial. Including the privilege of
          using the airport in the business of carrying passengers
          for hire or award as in local flights, air transportation
          lines (not covered by special leases) or the chartering
          of aircraft for special trips, of operating planes in
          the training of students for compensation, and/or of fly-
          ing aircraft on or about the field for other commercial
          purposes.
           (These charges are in addition to those provided for
           in Item 1).
                 SECTION 2. New items to be known as Item 2a and
       Item 2b are hereby added to Section 1 of said Ordinance to
       read as follows:
                    Item 2a. Student Planes.
                  Planes used exclusively for the purpose of train-
          ing students to navigate aircraft shall be clasSified-as
          two-passenger planes and shall pay the monthly or daily
          rate prescribed therefor. Otherwise, the usual charge
          shall prevail.
                    Item 2b. Demonstration and sale.
                  No charge shall be made for the sale and/or demon-
          stration of aircraft end/or aircraft parts and accessor-
          ies.
                   SECTION 3. This ordinance shall take effect
          on January 1st, 1930.




               In Board of Port Commissioners, Oakland, Calif.
               December 23rd, 1929. Passed to print for one
               day by the following vote: Commissioners Lest,
               Pardee and President Fisher - 3 - Noes: None.
               Absent: Commissioner Pendleton - 1 -




Adopted at a n adjourned meeting held	    January 3rd, 1930.
By the following Vote:
Ayes: Commissioners Leet, Pardee and President Fisher -3-
Noes:    None
Absent: Commissioner Pendleton -1-



                                 Attest
	




                                            Affidavit of Publication
                                         IN THE MATTER OF                                               Affidavit of Publication of

         City of Oakland                                                                           Ordinance. Amending                the

         Port of Oakland                                                                           first paragraph of item

                                                                                                   (Section           of Port Ordinance
                                                                                                   #31
                   STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
                        COUNTY OF ALAMEDA 	
                                                                                         S R Irwin
       ),	
                 Oit DINANCE: NO.-
                   DI NANCE AMEND>
                                                    of said County, being duly sworn, says:
             y" :ST	   PAltAGIZAI:"}1. •
                  SECTION 1) OF POR
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                                                          That he is and was during all the time herein mentioned, a white male citi-
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    'IRON	       '
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    of Oakland as
                                                          That he is now and at all times hereinafter mentioned, was the principal
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                                                    intended to be given.
                                                          Th   th notice
                                                          That the noti    Ordinance Amending the first paragraph
                                                    of item 2 (Section 1) of Port Ordinance #31
                                                     of which the annexed is a printed copy, was published in said newspaper,
                                                                           1 time
                                                    to-wit: from the 	                   December A. D. 1929
                                                                           28th 	 day of 	

                                                    to and until the 	      28th 	 day ofA. D. 192 9
                                                                                         December
                                                    both days inclusive, and as often during said period as said newspaper was pub-
                                                                         On the 28th day of December, 1929
                                                     lished, to-wit:




                                                    Subscribed and sworn to before me this
                                                    28th day of De e emb es. D . 19 29$


                                                                                 Notary Public in and for the	        ameda, State	    California
                    FORM    ADV.-50 2M 10-29 722$

				
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